“Hutch” Release Announcement


So I’m not too good at promoting myself. But, let’s face it, no one else is going to! So here it goes!

I have just completed my 3rd book. It is called “Hutch.” No it is not about the adventures of an old China Cabinet and the places it goes. Which might be a rather odd, but possibly, great concept. Either way, here is the synopsis from the back of the book:

“Malcolm “Hutch” Hutchford is a tough LA Police Detective. He’s fought every kind of criminal imagined. From thieves and murderers to gangs and drug pushers. Creeps of every kind and background. But nothing fully prepared him for his vacation.

“By a series of both false and jumped conclusions, he finds himself dropped on a mountain, deep into the wilderness of Springtime Alaska. Left to die. With the most ferocious that the wild country has to throw at him, he is determined to live. But the cost will be more than just wanting to live. He will need some help from an unexpected Source.

“Death waits at every turn, but Hutch refuses to give up. He learns the way of survival. He learns about wolves and bears. He learns how to endure the greatest of pain. But the hardest lesson he has to learn will be about his past.

This book is dedicated to the American Soldier for all they do. Our main character has endured war and it has left a scar on him. He goes through life not fully realizing just how big that scar is. In the wasteland of the frozen mountains, he discovers that he needs God. He needs saving inside more than he does on the outside.

Hutch comes to grips with his need, but still has a long way to go. Maybe that sounds familiar?

This is the first announcement of this book’s publishing. It will be available to purchase from Amazon (or directly from me) on or before July 25th. If you have more questions, please contact me. Anything purchased directly from me will be signed as the customer wishes.

Thank you!

Author: Matt Davenport

I love to write. I write books, blogs, articles. Mostly about God and His amazing blessings. Sometimes about other things. But mostly about God. I have a fixation on comma. Please forgive me if you see too many of them.

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