Mysterious, heartfelt, yet vicious novel aims to take readers down twisted road of unknown
FLINTSTONE, Ga. – Author Paul Middlebrooks has always been a dreamer. His imagination wanders best while working and fishing. While working, he was able to capture an appealing idea that inspired him to write his literary work, “The Demon at Horseshoe Lake” (published by AuthorHouse). He describes his book mysterious, heartfelt but very vicious.
The story is about two little old women and a secret that they kept all to themselves for almost 80 years, in a city called Rossville. Some unknown “beings” took up shelter on their property and lived under the lake. They grew from a small tiny bug eater that made a small funnel-shaped hole in the ground. Growing into something, so vicious, so grotesque, so devouring, they have the strength to knock a locomotive from its tracks. A man eater, no one is safe in their path. They were so elusive for so many years and so many lives had already been taken. These unknown creatures came from a place where “God only knows.”
“People loves to read, be mesmerized, and the unexpected.” Teasing their imagination, Middlebrooks takes readers down a twisted road of the unknown.
An excerpt from the book:
After a few minutes, May lifted her head and looked at us with her eyes filled with tears. She said, for so many years I have watched them grow, and I would feed them and sing to them, and talk to them. They never hurt me. She said, it’s like they were my pets.
“The Demon at Horseshoe Lake”
By Paul Middlebrooks
Softcover | 6x9in | 122 pages | ISBN 9781524693671
E-Book | 122 pages | ISBN 9781524693664
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Paul Middlebrooks lives in Northwest Georgia. He was raised on Lookout Mountain and grew up with six brothers and a sister. He and his siblings all grew up in the country. He worked as a tree climber most of his life and had his own tree business. Middlebrooks is married with three children. He believes in God and always treats people like he wants to be treated. He acquired many friends throughout his life and he tries to never meet a stranger. He always loved the outdoors with so many things to admire on God’s green earth.
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