The Black Garden

The Black Garden

by Joe Bright

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Overview

The sleepy town of Winter Haven holds a secret that has been buried for nearly twenty years. At the heart of the controversy is George O'Briens, who, along with his granddaughter, has been outcast by the community. When Mitchell Sanders, a college student from Boston, arrives to help renovate the O'Brien home, he finds himself entrenched in the family's dirty little secrets, putting him at odds with his new employers and the citizens of Winter Haven.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781505435214
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 12/12/2014
Pages: 244
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.51(d)

About the Author

Joe Bright spends far too much time probing the dark and macabre. It's an unhealthy obsession-or so his therapist claims. It started innocently when he was a child, with deviant drawings, and then moved into melancholy melodies as he learned the guitar and tried his hand at songwriting. As an adult, Joe worked as a technical writer and English professor. These careers led him down the grim path of story telling, starting first with poetry and short stories, and ultimately, introduced him to the dreaded novel.

Along the way, Joe left his home state of Wyoming, traveled the world, lived in Honolulu, San Francisco, and Berkeley, before settling in Los Angeles, where he drifted into hermitage as he became consumed by the dark arts of writing. Periodically, he allows himself to wonder out into the light and mingle with other members of his species. If you are not among those who have spotted him in his unnatural habitat, you can visit him at www.joebrightbooks.com.

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