Charles Pumphrey’s New Book “The Putter: Not a Sports Story” Is a Suspenseful Tale About a Golf Club Used As an Instrument of Evil

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Recent release “The Putter: Not a Sports Story”, from Page Publishing author Charles Pumphrey, is a story about an innocent utilitarian object becoming a dire instrument when it becomes inhabited by evil.

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Charles Pumphrey, a retired career soldier from the United States Army and an avid animal rights supporter, has completed his new book “The Putter: Not a Sports Story”: a gripping book about a putter’s evil origins that plague its owners throughout time.

Author Pumphrey shows how a simple object can be used to bring harm and peril to the innocent and unsuspecting: “Snapping awake, shivers running down the spine, I was thinking anyone who was exposed to the putter seemed to end badly. Oh no, Robbie and Sheila were going to be next. If only there was something that could be done to save them. If only there was a way to alter fate if that were at all possible.”

Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Charles Pumphrey’s thrilling tale begins with the recounting of the last person to possess the object as he is plagued by reoccurring dreams of the dark history behind the putter.

Readers who wish to experience this engrossing work can purchase “The Putter: Not a Sports Story” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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