Nicholas J. Brown’s New Book ‘The Legend of Hickory Hollow’ is a Thrilling Adventure of Searching for a Missing Girl and Solving the Mystery in a Peculiar Town

Fulton Books author Nicholas J. Brown, a video designer and editor, a passionate writer; has completed his most recent book “The Legend of Hickory Hollow”: a thought-provoking mystery wherein the sudden disappearance of a family member in a strange town leads a father and a daughter to a place of mysteries.
Brown shares, “This story is about a single father with two daughters. They move to a small town, looking for a fresh start, when tragedy hits—the youngest girl, Ada, gets kidnapped. In a desperate attempt to find her little sister, Felicity, in her search, uncovers that the town has a dark past. More than twenty-five girls have been abducted, and the last victim lived in their apartment. Digging deeper, she reveals that her body was never found, and the murders were never solved. Just when you think things can’t get any worse, Felicity soon finds herself in the middle of a decade’s old nightmare. With thrills, suspense, and anticipation on every page—will the girl uncover new evidence, solving an old, forgotten murder investigation? Or will she be the next body in the morgue? Rushing against the clock, she has to be diligent in her search before her time runs out. Read The Legend of Hickory Hollow to find out the rest of the story and see if you can help solve the mystery.”
Published by Fulton Books, Nicholas J. Brown’s book is a captivating and stimulating read about uncovering a town’s mystery and ordinary people seeking answers that put them into physical, emotional, and psychological danger. It is an engaging story of bravery, diligence and cleverness to solving a great mystery.
Readers who wish to experience this mind-boggling work can purchase “The Legend of Hickory Hollow” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes & Noble.
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Source: Fulton Books