New Novel by Larry Auerbach Takes A Look at The Cost of Recklessness

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‘The Spirit of Redd Mountain’ hits bookstores

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I hope they take away an appreciation of life, and the fragility of it.

In Larry Auerbach’s new novel, “The Spirit of Redd Mountain” (published by iUniverse), readers discover a bone-chilling adventure with a powerful message.

On his last hunt on Redd Mountain, Warner Barney – a well-known, world-class hunter – more than met his match when he tried to bring down a legendary elk. As a result of his arrogance and carelessness, several people were killed in a tragic snow slide.

In the wake of the tragedy, Warner continued his obsessive pursuit of the Elk, but the hunter soon becomes the hunted as spirits – both past and present – come to Redd Mountain’s aid.

“It’s a story of how the universe balances evil with good,” shares Auerbach, who hopes that after reading his novel readers are made more aware of the interconnectedness of all things.

“I hope they take away an appreciation of life,” states Auerbach, “and the fragility of it.”

The Spirit of Redd Mountain
By Larry Auerbach
Hardcover | 5.5 x 8.5 in | 364 pages | ISBN 9781462033379
Softcover | 5.5 x 8.5 in | 364 pages | ISBN 9781462033362
E-Book | 364 pages | ISBN 9781462033386
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author
Larry Auerbach is a psychotherapist with 20 years of professional experience. His wife of 27 years is also in the mental health field. Auerbach enjoys chess, horseback riding, hiking in the mountains with his wife and reading about American history. A native of Florida, he still calls the Sunshine State home.

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