“The Red Dirt Paradox” by Gary D. Henry

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“The Red Dirt Paradox” by Gary D. Henry

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Trent Pritchard grew up in a small town in Central West Virginia called Red Dirt. The town of less than three hundred people was on no map. His father, Ben, ran a sportsman store supporting the town’s pastime of camping and hunting in the undiscovered forests surrounding the town. Trent’s father grew up with a group of friends affectionately named The Lost River Boys. Trent enjoyed his life until something evil crept into causing his parents and many deaths in the town. He need-ed the Lost River Boys’ history to untangle his present and future. The Kolb brothers were the worst kind of lawless rednecks. Together, they terrorized the town’s citizens.

The sons of the once beloved Randolph Kolb, they felt that they owned the town. Rape, murder, fights and overall evil permeated their existence. Soon, even their father couldn’t control his sons and in his advancing years, he feared them as well. When His parents were killed, Trent had enough and planned his revenge but when he was kidnapped and buried alive, he thought that all was lost but little did he know that it was just the beginning of a story that twisted time and events that happened and didn’t happen well before he was born, proved to be the only way to correct many wrongs. Follow Trent into worlds far away from his small town as he repairs the past to correct his future.

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