Brighton Publishing announces print release of “The Storms of Sandy Beach” by Remly Paul Clark
“The Storms of Sandy Beach: Footprints to Absolution” A raging hurricane, a baffling murder, and a charming small town—ingredients for a finely tuned and masterfully executed novel by author Remly Paul Clark
The small Coastal Carolina town of Sandy Beach is home to unmatched beauty, solitude, and soon…murder.
When the population is threatened by one of the most powerful hurricanes in decades, the citizens rally together and prepare for the storm’s inevitable aftermath.
But in this tightly knit community, the hurricane isn’t the only thing they will fear.
In the midst of the devastating and raging storm, it appears that an opportunity has presented itself—an opportunity for murder. Soon, discovered amongst the flotsam and jetsam, a small boat is found floating adrift and inside it lays the body of Geneva Wright, fighting to stay alive.
Suspicious signs point to something other than an accident and soon, detectives seek further answers in the storm-ravaged community. Unfortunately, answers come slowly as Geneva Wright lies hospitalized in a coma. Ultimately, though, investigators discover that there is much more than meets the eye in Sandy Beach.
Within the quiet charm and relative peace of the sleepy town boils a seedy underbelly of lies, deceit, and betrayal. Will the faith of a community be the remedy for years of pain? The answers lie in wait within…The Storms of Sandy Beach: Footprints to Absolution.
“Author Remly Paul Clark delivers a tale so plausible and vivid that readers will become completely immersed in the mysterious happenings and characters of Sandy Beach,” said Kathie McGuire, director of Brighton Publishing. “With an intensity and authenticity rarely found in today’s market, Remly Paul Clark captures every fascinating detail.”
Author Remly Paul Clark is a native North Carolinian with roots in the coastal mountain area that can be traced back to the early-1900s, when his ancestors inhabited Topsail Island. Having a degree in English from UNC-Wilmington, Remly Paul Clark has found his love of writing and continues to pursue his passion with imagination and zeal.