The Delphi Eddies: a southern-fried tale of seduction, secrets, and sin by Randy Foster
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Nothing much ever seems to change in the small southern town of Delphi. The bag boys still take customers’ groceries out to their cars; the churches still frown on rock and roll, and every now and then … a dead body is dragged out of the Delphi River.
Sam, Pete, Tommy, and Bill are lifelong friends who grew up in Delphi. They’ve all found their perfect matches, but looks can be deceiving. A chance encounter changes everything and in an instant the bonds of friendship and fidelity are pushed to the ultimate limits in this beautiful debut novel from Randy Foster.
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Randy Foster is a sixth-generation Mississippian, where he lives with his wife, children and dog. He holds a Masters of Counseling from Mississippi College, and has worked in the field of mental health of over two decades. During that time he has worked as a recreation therapist, a counselor, a forensic psychologist, a safety director, a unit director and served as the Director of the Office of Incident Management for the MS Department of Mental Health.
He enjoys fishing, golfing, reading, watching his Saints get so close to the big one every year, and of course writing — always writing. Although he has traveled far and wide, Mississippi will always be his home and he will always be a child of the South.