Author Gregory N. Whitis’ book “Nighthope” is a riveting story of a humble trucking executive who buys a catfish farm leaving unfinished business with a drug cartel

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Recent release “Nighthope” from Page Publishing author Gregory N. Whitis is a gritty, realistic story about Stuart Baron, a humble trucking executive from Los Angeles. His midlife crisis entails moving his family to an Alabama catfish farm, leaving behind unfinished business with a Mexican drug cartel.

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Gregory N. Whitis, who served ten years as a Hale County deputy sheriff, amongst other careers, has completed his new book “Nighthope”: a gripping and potent story about a man’s midlife crisis.

Published by Page Publishing, Gregory N. Whitis’ engrossing tale follows Stuart Baron, a humble Los Angeles trucking executive, who endures a frightening near-death experience. He moves his family from an affluent suburb to an Alabama catfish farm with hopes of quenching an enveloping midlife crisis. Together with Tabitha, his spellbinding wife, and Winchester, his precocious five-year-old son, he rewrites Murphy’s Law of catfish farming. Stuart and his family’s adoption of the Deep South and the ensuing culture shock is overshadowed by a daunting legacy involving a Mexican drug cartel. This tale culminates in a captivating finale in which the Baron family, a quirky DEA agent, and a colorful cast of characters make for a powerful romp of old-fashioned justice in the backwoods of west Alabama.

Readers who wish to experience this absorbing work can purchase “Nighthope” 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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