The story of an author’s powerful Faulknerian family told through the lens of a thriller about why good people do bad things.

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This is a very personal book for me.

When I set out to write a thriller about what makes good people do bad things, realized that I had to look no farther for examples than my own family.

While the immune system of my Faulknerian ancestry had rejected me over my support for civil rights, all of those once powerful and prominent ancestors  — plantation owners, a U.S. Senator, a university chancellor and others — offered immense lessons in evil done in the guise of good.

That’s why I dedicated Hellhound to my African-American cousins & to Mississippi social justice advocates.

In addition to the thriller plot and action, my Author’s Note went into detail on the ancestral history underpinning the subject matter, plotting and writing.

The details of this can be found in the following links:

Hellhound on Amazon

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Softcover – 455 pages

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