On May 31, 1979, the murders of three dedicated law officers scarred the lives of their loved ones, peers, and countless friends when James Hutchins, a reportedly “good-hearted man until he took a drink,” shot the officers in cold blood.
Blinded by unscathed innocence and naiveté, two aspiring authors research these horrific murders to understand what made Hutchins tick. Their encounter with the enigmatic Lefrere leads them on an unexpected journey of self-discovery and atonement as he reminds them of God’s grace and mercy, which makes forgiveness possible, no matter the sin.
Sandi Huddleston-Edwards is a proud North Carolinian native where she has lived all of her life. She earned an A.A. degree from Central Piedmont Community College and B.A. and M.A. degrees in English from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.
Since retiring in 2012 from a 36 year career with Duke Energy, she now focuses on her two passions: teaching and writing. For the past 16 years, Ms. Huddleston-Edwards has been an adjunct English instructor at Central Piedmont Community College, Montreat College, UNC-Charlotte, and Johnson & Wales University. As a freelance writer, she has been published in Lake Norman Publications, Tarheel Wheels, and Reader’s Digest. She is the author of two novels, Richard’s Key and Roy’s Sandman, and a children’s book, The Guardian Angel. She is in the process of writing two novels, a memoir, and two devotionals. “All glory goes to God.”
In addition to teaching and writing, Ms. Huddleston-Edwards, a proud mother of three sons and four grandchildren, enjoys bike riding, reading, traveling, watching old movies, and spending time at Myrtle Beach with her husband, Barry, and their two Yorkshire Terriers, Maddie and Abbie. She and Barry reside in Huntersville where they are members of Ramah Presbyterian Church.
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