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22gigantes.com - A 2010 Finalist in the Popular Fiction category of the National Indie Excellence Book Awards.From Publishers WeeklySet in 1967 East Texas, this novel mixes a soupcon of the supernatural in with the mundane. Twenty-year old Paul Henry has just been released from the Army. Physically healed from the wounds he suffered in Vietnam, he still suffers from deep psychic wounds and a radically changed outlook, his "enlistment bonus." Having gone through the classic lost-his-girl-to-his-best-friend scenario, estranged from family and friends and not knowing what he's going to do with the rest of his life, Paul decides to visit the grave of his father, a man he never knew. Paul's father, John Allison Henry, supposedly committed suicide on the day his son was born. Paul's impulsive decision to find out more about his father sets him on a journey among strangers in a strange land, where he will find happiness and horror, love and hate, the power of determined effort, and the force of capricious fate. The author does an excellent job of keeping you enthralled, making you hope all will be well, yet causing you to fear that all will come crashing down. Like a skilled poker player, this story keeps its cards close to its vest until all the bets are in, the hand is called, and boom! - the cards are laid on the table for all to see. After the emotions stirred up by the showdown abate, one thought is left - wow! Deal another hand!
Most helpful customer reviews 0 of 0 people found the following review helpful. Great book By BILLY S MCGWIER An outstanding book , could not put down ,as all his books have been . I wish he had written more books , Just an outstanding writer . 2 of 2 people found the following review helpful. Wonderful story, Terrific author By judy moseley Badly wounded & betrayed by his girlfriend Linda and best friend Allen,Paul Henry returns from the war to his hometown in Texas to find everyone & everything the same.But it all has a different flavor for him now.No longer the carefree youth he was when he left,he embarks on a jouney to his fathers birthplace in Clayhill,Texas to find the truth of his dads death the day he was born.Upon arriving there,the author draws you right into the deceptivly sleepy small Southern town and introduces you to characters and places anyone from a small town will recognise.Old men playing checkers under the shade tree in the town square,not missing any detail of things going on and happily passing on the gossip.The combination pharmacy and soda fountain,where everyone is a regular and strangers are politly pumped for information.There Paul finds there are two sets of Henrys in town.The rich ones and his fathers family.Trying to find the details of his fathers death,Paul is drawn into a world of secrets and lies.As I greedily read the book,I was certain at points I knew where the author was going with the story,only to be twisted and turned down surprizing paths. Mr. Huffmans way with words and descriptive prose pulls you right into that world, where you can smell the jasmine and taste the dust off the dirt roads.Highly enjoyable,I laughed until my sides hurt,shed tears in places and wanted to shout out loud in others.I first got a taste of this book when I read an exerpt in the Amazon writers contest. I am so happy I got to read the entire workand find out it's dark secrets.John Huffman is a writer to watch. I look forward to reading more of his work. 2 of 2 people found the following review helpful. East Texas Connection By Sandi John Huffman knows how to "just tell the story". As I read The Baron of Clayhill on my vacation, I was thoroughly entertained and felt as though I was a part of the story. The characters are real as we've all known the scenarios of: boy loses girl to best friend and deep dark family secrets that shape the lives of many - good or bad. The author knows how to put a twist or turn in the story just when I was feeling comfortable with the way it was going. I read as quickly as possible to see which East Texas road it would take me next. I was not disappointed - perhaps there will be a sequel? See all 29 customer reviews...
About the Author John W. Huffman was born 29 November, in Hemphill, Texas, attended elementary school in Pineland, Texas, junior high and high school in Jasper, Texas, and graduated summa cum laude from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. He enlisted in the Army Airborne in 1966 and served two tours of combat in Vietnam, the first as a private, and subsequently a sergeant, with A/1/27th Infantry, 25th Infantry Division, in 1966-67, and the second as an officer/aviator with the 120th Aviation Company in 1972-73. He retired as a major in 1986 with three Purple Hearts, three Bronze Stars, sixteen Air Medals, one Army Commendation Medal, two Vietnamese Cross of Gallantry Medals, and various other service and campaign ribbons. Upon leaving the Army, John launched a real estate sales and management company, owned and operated seven speedways in five states, created an automobile racing and sanctioning body, and developed three touring series. John has honorable mentions for two short stories, along with his six other novels: A Wayward Wind, a Regional Finalists in the General Fiction category of the 2010 Next Generation Indie Book Awards; Tiger Woman, the First Place Winner in the Action-Adventure category of the 2010 Next Generation Indie Book Awards; Above All, a Finalist in the Action-Adventure category of the 2011 Next Generation Indie Book Awards; America's Diplomats, The Road To Attleboro, the First Place Winner in the 2011 National Indie Excellence Book Awards; and his recent releases, Cold Hearts Burning and Searching For Leah. John has one other novel awaiting publication, Eyes of the Blind, and is currently working on When A Rebel Comes Home. John resides in the Blue Ridge mountains of North Carolina, with his wife Misty, and has three sons and four granddaughters.
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