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Dividing Ridge: The Unsolved Homicide of Elva Brannock
by Stacy N. Hawks

Publication Date: March 1, 2021
Dividing Ridge Books
Paperback & eBook; 180 pages

Style: Historic Thriller

 

 

Dividing Ridge relies on a real story of an unsolved crime that happened alongside the Blue Ridge Parkway in Alleghany, N.C. in 1937. After a younger lady goes lacking on her method to faculty a neighborhood is left on edge. With information spreading shortly of her disappearance and gossip swirling, it’s as much as native legislation enforcement to revive a way of security and one decided Sheriff to carry justice to her household.

Concerning the Creator

Stacy Hawks is a resident of Alleghany County, North Carolina positioned within the Blue Ridge mountains. After graduating Alleghany Excessive Faculty as an NC Scholar, Stacy acquired her Affiliate of Arts Diploma from Wilkes Neighborhood Faculty, NC, a Bachelor of Arts in Historical past Cum Laude from Brevard Faculty, NC and a Masters of Schooling from Lynchburg, VA. In her spare time Stacy enjoys researching native historical past, writing poetry, and is an avid reader in regards to the sixteenth President of america, Abraham Lincoln. She additionally enjoys pictures and has sat on native boards in both secretarial or management roles. In 2008 Stacy accomplished a analysis paper whereas attending Brevard Faculty. The targeted Stacy’s curiosity within the creation of the Blue Ridge Parkway and the way it formed Northwestern NC. She can be an Creator in Residence for Appalachian Reminiscence Keepers and her articles might be featured on their web site in January 2019 discussing the historical past of locations, occasions, and folks of the agricultural mountain neighborhood she calls residence. Stacy is the writer of Dividing Ridge: The Unsolved Homicide of Elva Brannock, a historic fiction novel primarily based on a real crime that happened in Alleghany County, NC in 1937.

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