MASHPEE, Mass. (PRWEB) May 21, 2021
Tyrone Sharpe, a disabled Vietnam veteran, has completed his new book, The Vanderhorns, a gripping and potent tale about some seriously misguided individuals, hell-bent on murder and revenge.
Tyrone writes, “In the last few years, the Vanderhorns have both married a couple of losers— pregnant and very unhappy. Their husbands leave a lot to be desired. They are both lazy, drunken bums prone to violence. Harriet’s husband, James Hobart, is skating on thin ice. Harriet’s temperature is on boil, as is Gloria’s—whose husband, Edward Biptoe, is a drug-crazed fool who can’t keep a job. At one time, they loved their husbands, but now it’s hate. Enough is enough. One way or another they must go to hell, preferably. After hashing out different scenarios, they settle on one—they will hire someone to take them out. Gloria calls Cool C. After she tearfully explains her plight, Cool C agrees to see them dead for $80,000 dollars. After a 40,000-dollar deposit, the wheels of justice is set into motion.”
Published by Page Publishing, Tyrone Sharpe’s tormenting tale takes readers through the depressing lives of residents in Cowdung, Tennessee, featuring Harriet Vanderhorn.
Harriet had a difficult life. She was an orphan who was morally corrupt. Becoming pregnant at seventeen, she was coerced by her social worker and foster family to keep the baby. She has a baby girl that she names Gloria. Her foster father gives her money to survive for a few years on her eighteenth birthday. She decides to get out of town and moves to Cowdung, Tennessee.
Harriet was searching for a better life, thinking things would get easier from then on, but she was completely wrong. Things only grew worse for Harriet in Cowdung. The whole town is plagued by the influence of the devil. Readers will follow along the journey of Harriet and Gloria as they navigate life in this awful town.
Readers who wish to experience this chilling work can purchase “The Vanderhorns” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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