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A poignant writer produces yet another true storytelling, Brian Egeston has tackled a difficult issue and done so with a soothing pen. In this dramatic story sprinkled with snippets of humor, readers take a ride with a family, a flood, and a fate. Uncovered at last, are the dangers of generational burdens.
On a lone desolate highway, one routine traffic stop becomes tragic. Andrew Scales, one of the most respected businessmen in town, wrestles with erasing the truth of that night. His virtuous wife, Virginia fights to expose it everyday. Although she threatens her husband and warns him of the detrimental consequences, her attempts are futile. Andrew, instead, decides to involve friends and family members in his elusive acts. No one is spared from the wrath of his dishonesty-not even his young innocent grandson, Kyle.
Accusations of the tragedy elevate to physical confrontations in a church meeting room where Andrew again shifts the blame to another friend. Only this time it will cost someone's life.
As Kyle grows older, the details of his grandfather's involvement in deceit, criminal activity, and dishonesty are difficult to accept because Andrew has always been his one true hero. Kyle's own life is now affected by his grandfather's dishonesty as the consequences Virginia predicted, start to unfold. Kyle begins a race to right his grandfather's wrongs before his family and future are washed away in the worst flood Albany, Georgia has witnessed in five hundred years.
Carefully sculpted around actual occurrences of the great flood of 1994, Granddaddy's Dirt has arrived to take position on America's bookshelf as one of its newest classics.
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Brian Egeston lives in Georgia where he spends his time writing, thinking about writing, and longing to write. An aspiring mediocre golfer, he lives with his incredible wife, Latise.Review:
"...An ambitious and exciting new classic!" -- The G.R.I.T.S. Online Reading Club
"...Egeston is a remarkable storyteller..." -- RAWSISTAZ Book Club
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