Henry Hurt has been an editor and writer for more than fifty years. As Editor-at-Large for Reader’s Digest magazine in its heyday, he reported on events from espionage and terrorism to disasters — both natural and man-made. But his favorite subjects were the poignant stories of people where the human spirit shined through circumstances that seemed hopeless. Hurt lives in Southside Virginia.
Author website: http://www.shadetreerarebooks.com/
Books in order of publication:
Shadrin: The Spy Who Never Came Back – 1981
Reasonable Doubt: An Investigation into the Assassination of John F. Kennedy – 1985
Stories from The Road Not Taken – 2016