360 pages. Print, e-Book.
Jack Selvedge works a dying trade in a dead town. When the lovely Rebekah Rainsford returns on the run from her father, her dark history consumes him, and she becomes the potential for his salvation, the only thing that might dredge him up from his crisis of indifference.
As betrayal and tragedy change Jack’s life forever, he discovers a new if nascent hope amid the harshly beautiful western landscape that shaped him.
Pale Harvest examines the loss of beauty, purity, and simplicity within the mindset of the rural American West.
Pale Harvest by Braden Hepner. September 9, 2014. Torrey House Press.
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