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The Vampires of Eden

O'Brien, William M

Published by Abbott Press
ISBN 10: 145821107X / ISBN 13: 9781458211071
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Title: The Vampires of Eden

Publisher: Abbott Press

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good

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Ex-Library Book - will contain Library Markings. Book has appearance of light use with no easily noticeable wear. Bookseller Inventory # G145821107XI4N10

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Paul Hereford does not feel like someone who is coming home. As he turns onto the two-lane road leading into his hometown-Chouteauville, Missouri-he has no idea he is about to embark on a life-changing odyssey that will bring him both heartache and a redemption he didn't know he needed.

After decades of a political life and a literary career on the East Coast, Paul buys a plot of land in Chouteauville and settles in his new haven to write one more book. He is the author of numerous obscure novels, but now he's trying something he's never done before: serious nonfiction.

As he seeks out former friends and new acquaintances, however, the writing becomes more difficult, the memories become clearer, and the characters become more familiar. Paul's childhood best friend, his high school crush, and the little neighbor girl are just a few of the people that create the seasoned writer's new world-and help him understand exactly what he needs.

The Vampires of Eden shares one man's evocative journey of atonement and the pursuit of peace as he discovers the past is never really past.

About the Author: William M. O'Brien lives in Ferguson, a suburb of St. Louis, in the neighborhood where he grew up. He is presently working on another novel. He has put up a Facebook page for his fictional character, Raphael P. Gallagher, and hopes to use that site to hold discourse with his readers.

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