One Man’s Startling Discovery about His Hometown Chronicled in New Book

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Author David Eichman weaves a mind-boggling tale of murder, deceit, and secrets

When Bull Maddox is called back to his hometown of Wilton, Missouri to attend to his dying father, the legendary Sheriff of Wilton County, it never crossed his mind that what awaits him is more than just a family reunion. Readers are set to embark on an exhilarating journey as author David Eichman treats them with a mind-boggling whodunit in BULL, his newly released book made available through Xlibris.

After a twenty-five-year absence, Bull wishes only to make amends with his father and then get out of Wilton as quickly as possible, a town for which he has no love. But Wilton has other plans for Bull. Interim Sheriff Frank Halliday needs Bull’s help in finding out what happened to one of Wilton’s most respected families, the Talmadges. Bull reluctantly becomes involved when he realizes that Pete and Tammi Talmadge have vanished and their eight-year-old daughter Rachel is nowhere to be found.

Frank and Bull, in a race against time, search for Rachel in a hunt that eventually pits Bull against one of Wilton’s most powerful benefactors. As the investigation unfolds, Bull learns that other families in nearby communities are also missing. Wrapped with unpredictable twists and erratic turns, BULL will engage readers as it follows how one man’s hunt for answers ensnares him in a soul-searching discovery of a town’s darkest secrets.

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About the Author
David Eichman is a native Arizonan and earned a degree in English/Theater from Northern Arizona University in 1985. After graduation, he worked in Seattle and became involved in working on multiple one act plays in which he co-developed scripts and entered various one act play festivals as a performer. In 1989, the author earned a Master of Fine Arts from the National Theater Conservatory and became a member of the Actor’s Equity Association. For the next three years, he performed in multiple Off-Broadway theater productions and also extensively toured the United States performing Shakespeare. In 1992, he shifted his focus from the theater to the law. He attended law school at the University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law where he graduated with honors and the highest distinction in 1995. After law school, Eichman became a deputy district attorney with the Contra Costa County district attorney’s office. As a felony prosecutor, he tried more than forty cases and supervised younger attorneys in the Law and Motion department. Eichman currently resides in Scottsdale, Arizona working as a civil rights and appellate attorney.    

BULL * by David Eichman
Publication Date: July 12, 2011
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 226 pages; 978-1-4628-9861-9
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 226 pages; 978-1-4628-9862-6
eBook; $9.99; 978-1-4628-9863-3

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