Follow Trent into worlds far away from his small town as he repairs the past to correct his future.

THE RED DIRT PARADOX  GARY D. HENRY

#SUSPENSE, #DARK FANTASY, #PARANORMAL, #TIME TRAVEL

pizap.com14889007149401Trent Pritchard grew up in a small town in Central West Virginia called Red Dirt. The town of less than three hundred people was on no map. His father, Ben, ran a sportsman store supporting the town’s pastime of camping and hunting in the undiscovered forests surrounding the town. Trent’s father grew up with a group of friends affectionately named The Lost River Boys. Trent enjoyed his life until something evil crept into causing his parents and many deaths in the town. He need-ed the Lost River Boys’ history to untangle his present and future. The Kolb brothers were the worst kind of lawless rednecks. Together, they terrorized the town’s citizens. 

The sons of the once beloved Randolph Kolb, they felt that they owned the town. Rape, murder, fights and overall evil permeated their existence. Soon, even…

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About The Owl Lady

Viv Drewa is a Michigan native who has enjoyed reading and writing since 1963. Though she studied medicinal chemistry at the University of Michigan, her passion has always been writing. She had been awarded third place for her nonfiction short story about her grandfather's escape from Poland. Later, she rewrote this story and was published in the "Polish American Journal" as "From the Pages of Grandfather's Life" and has republished it on Amazon.com as a short story. Viv took creative and journalism courses to help in her transition to fulfill her dream of becoming a writer. She worked as an intern for Port Huron's 'The Times Herald", and also wrote, edited and did the layout or the Blue Water Multiple Sclerosis newsletter "Thumb Prints." She also has a business promoting authors. Owl and Pussycat Book Promotions. Viv, her husband Bob and their cat Princess, live in Fort Gratiot, Michigan.
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