Blind Pig reader Roy Pipes has a new book “Gone Like a Candle in the Wind.”
The book tells the story of William, Elizabeth, and Edward. Three friends who grew up in the mountains of Western North Carolina. Here’s a short description about the book from Roy.
“Gone Like A Candle In The Wind is a story of three young people, William, Elizabeth, and Edward, growing up in a farming community in the Appalachian Mountains of Western North Carolina. It is suitable for adults and young adults. It is a story of egos, psychological disorders, and anxieties making it a riveting thriller with tension, stress, and danger. It is action packed and fast moving, full of surprises, suspense, and mystery. It contains a mix of obsessions, instabilities, and deceptions. These characteristics make this novel stand out from others. Gone Like A Candle In The Wind begins with William, Elizabeth, and their friend Edward graduating from high school. Edward, the son of a tenant farmer and class valedictorian announced he was departing to find work in Atlanta. Edward is not seen or heard from again for almost seven years. William and Elizabeth search for him through turbulent times, times filled with many twists and turns, and when they find Edward he is in a downward spiral.In high school, William and Edward were the best of friends, or so William thought, but Edward’s friendship proved to be a deception, and Edward, himself, proved to be a fraud.”
I really enjoyed the book. To purchase “Gone Like A Candle In The Wind” and to see Roy’s other books visit his Amazon page here. I’d like to tell you which character made me the maddest, but I don’t want to be a spoiler 🙂