Jay Heavner's cozy mystery book, Braddock's Gold, got an Honorable Mention Award at the Great Midwest Book Festival in General Fiction.
In 1755 a British army's payroll in gold coin worth $2-4 million today was lost in the Central Appalachians. Fast forward 250 years. Bits and pieces are turning up. People are taking note and they are not all nice people. Some will stop at nothing to have it.
You can meet Jay Heavner and get a copy of his book at the Meet the Authors Book Fair at the Eau Gallie Civic Center on Saturday in Melbourne, Florida.
You can also order Braddock's Gold in paperback from Amazon. The Kindle edition is available also. Headlinebooks.com has hard copies. Locally, The Book Rack in Titusville has autographed copies.
About the Author
Jay Heavner is a resident of Central Florida. He was born in Maryland and grew up in West Virginia. Like many Mountaineers, he stills considers WV his home away from home.
Recently retired from the Carpenter Union, Mr. Heavner is now enjoying family and writing. Book number 2 of the Braddock's Gold series is in the works.