July 11, 2017
Larry Brown, a retired business executive currently living in South Carolina, has completed his new book “Bad Medicine, Book 2: Another Story of the Earls of Alabama”: a gripping and potent sequel to his first tale spanning five generations of a complicated rural Alabama family.
It’s been just over a year since Sheriff James Earl was gunned down by what turned out to be three Ku Klux Klan men. James’ only and younger brother Joe, who was always known as a carefree fellow, loved women, whiskey, cards, and especially cars. He shocked everyone in the county when he and an old black man Ben Davis survived an attack by the same Klansmen who murdered his brother. The Klansmen had raided the Earl home in an attempt to murder Ben Davis. Joe and Ben heard the confession from the Klansmen and ended up killing the three hooded invaders.
Joe is looking more like a typical Earl rather than a carefree playboy. His life had now become almost too good to be true. He owns two new automobile dealerships that are thriving and he has not had a date or played cards in six months. He now has his mind on two beautiful women, both very different.
An old enemy resurfaces, and a new nemesis has become a threat. Has Joe matured enough to survive?
Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Larry Brown’s fast-paced tale evokes both the simplicity and the danger of the Jim Crow South in the early years of the twentieth century.
Readers who wish to experience this engrossing work can purchase“Bad Medicine, Book 2: Another Story of the Earls of Alabama” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.
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