'Our differences should not separate us, but make more interesting,' Hurdle writes. 'Most of all, I would like my readers to feel they have left my story feeling entertained and engaged.'
Ahoskie, NC (PRWEB) August 06, 2014
Set in the town of Eden’s Edge, North Carolina, “Eden's Edge” opens with the discovery of a gruesome murder in the town square. Jared Michaels, a member of a prominent family in the community, is found mutilated and naked, but few clues lead the investigation further.
When Detective Donovan Wolf is called in to investigate, he quickly learns that the town is not what it appears. Religious fanaticism runs rampant and a secret about Jared’s private life surfaces. As Wolf uncovers more and more about Jared’s life, he soon realizes that the murderer will stop at nothing to keep this secret safe, even if it means getting rid of Wolf.
Packed with drama and mystery, Hurdle’s novel draws from his own experiences as a gay man growing up in the South. Through his book, he aims to illustrate that differences should unite people, not drive them apart.
“Our differences should not separate us, but make more interesting,” Hurdle writes. “Most of all, I would like my readers to feel they have left my story feeling entertained and engaged.”
By T. Bradford Hurdle
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 266 pages | ISBN 9781496908834
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 266 pages | ISBN 9781496908841
E-Book | 266 pages | ISBN 9781496908827
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About the Author
T. Bradford Hurdle is a native North Carolinian, where he resides with his partner, Bobby, and their beautiful French Bulhuahua, Roxanne Marie. He has written several stage plays and a screenplay, “The Transfer,” which was produced in 2013 and is being shown in independent film festivals across the United States. In addition to being a writer, Hurdle is also a salon owner and hairstylist.
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