Happy Tuesday, everyone, and welcome to day 8 of the A-Z challenge. Thank you once again for visiting and reading my contribution to this fun blogging event. After you’ve lingered, please jump on over to see what the other participants are blogging about.
Now on to the letter H. From my YA novel, The Eye of Kedge, I bring you the town of Havendale, Tennessee.
Havendale is a fictional mountain town nestled in the heart of the Cherokee National Forest. As the name implies, it is a quiet town, a refuge, a sanctuary from the rest of the world – that is until inexplicable events begin to happen, and David and Charlotte come face to face with a mysterious little man with ill intent.
5 thoughts on “H – Havendale”
More mysteries and thrillers have been set in small mountain towns. It’s enough to make one steer clear. Mind you, the photo makes the town look innocent enough! 😉
Ya never know what’s waiting in those little mountain towns 🙂
Gee, that photo of the fictitious Havendale looks a lot like a couple of the small towns I’ve lived in–in GA, NC and NJ (minus the mountain in the background). Great name for sleepy little town as you’ve described.
Ill intent? LIttle Twiller? He’s not so bad when you get to know him. 🙂
Yeah, it’s that getting to know him that makes you react like you just ate a lemon.