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The Evansville Chronicles: George Evans Secret

TitleThe Evansville Chronicles© Part 2, George Evans’ Secret
AuthorJeryLyn Harrington
Length108 Pages – Final Draft Format
Keyword & Market Focus Action/Adventure / Fiction / Thriller / Horror. This novel is for high school through college graduate and anyone who likes thrillers/horror.
LoglineA police chief and a reporter are pulled deeper into the mystery from the past and their intrusions continue to change each of their lives in unexpected ways.
SynopsisPart 2: With the political intrigue surrounding them, both the police chief and the reporter are pulled deeper into the mystery from the past. The police chief finds his life pulled in a different, but similar direction as the reporter’s. He finds he is pulled from the straight and narrow path of law enforcement and forced into a moral dilemma when he has to decide between what he considers to be right and wrong.The reporter is made a part of the past by his incursion into its present. He finds his answers and doesn’t like what he has found, but, like the police chief, he is forced to decide between what he considers to be right and wrong. Each man makes his decisions not quite aware of the impact to their destinies.
Author Bio I have written short stories and journals most of my life.  It was only during the early 1990s, I decided to write a full-length novel with ideas from some of these early journals.  The three-part novel, THE EVANSVILLE CHRONICLES, was begun from a short story in one of these journals.  THE EVANSVILLE CHRONICLES was my first complete novel and. others who had read the story and liked it, suggested I have it published.  The Challenge to write this novel was so enjoyable when I finished the trilogy, I wrote other novels in different genres to find which genre would be my niche.

Over the past years, I have had several of my poems turned into songs and two of my poems published in two separate anthologies.  I find writing an action/adventure story or Thrillers, sometimes with romance elements, to be my relaxation from the stresses of everyday life.
Other InformationThis screenplay has been edited.