J.W. Durrah's New Book, 'This House of Hatters' is a Humorous Narrative of an Eccentric Family in a Peculiar, Possibly Dangerous Situation
Recent release "This House of Hatters: An Absurdist Tale - Seldom Always Something Not in Between" from Covenant Books author J.W. Durrah is a thrilling read about a pleasantly insane family whose house suddenly becomes a home for appearing and disappearing dead bodies.
NEW YORK, May 3, 2021 (Newswire.com) - J.W. Durrah, a published author, board-certified clinical hypnotherapist, professor, television and theater producer, and martial artist, has completed his new book, "This House of Hatters: An Absurdist Tale - Seldom Always Something Not in Between": an absurd yet amusing novel about an eccentric family, mysterious dead bodies, neighbors with their own issues, and a teen who becomes a chicken and a raging dog to pry secrets from people's mouths.
Durrah writes, "Louis and Bernice Johnson are a rather eccentric family with a teen daughter, Cynthia, who is truly her mother and father's daughter. The family is pleasantly insane, as well as the visitors who come to their home where begins the nonsense of dead bodies appearing and disappearing. There is the promise of a possible resolution to this rather peculiar situation by the appearance of Police Inspector Armond Post, on loan from Scotland Yard to aid in police procedures here in America.
The Johnsons are visited by Cynthia's school psychologist and also by neighbors who want to help their neighbors Louis and Bernice Johnson, whom they believe to be in trouble—maybe even being held hostage by a deranged murderer who has been tossing bodies from the window of the Johnson's living room. It does not take long to discover that each visitor has their own issues that are exposed by the Johnsons' daughter, who does so by becoming a chicken and a raging dog. It is sweet and comedic black humor that is at once silly, absurdist humor."
Published by Covenant Books of Murrells Inlet, South Carolina, J.W. Durrah's new book is a sweet, comedic tale of an eccentric small family and their well-meaning neighbors whose lives are about to be shaken by a baffling mystery.
Readers can purchase "This House of Hatters: An Absurdist Tale - Seldom Always Something Not in Between" at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, or Barnes & Noble.
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Source: Covenant Books