Tales of the Ridge: The Whisper of the Leaves

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ACTION ADVENTURE CRIME DRAMA SUSPENSE / THRILLER

1940s & '50s

Danile Macon Brawner

Logline

The Ridge: The Wisper of the Leaves is the story of the type of character and courage not often seen today, but exemplified by one member of what Tom Brokaw called The Greatest Generation.

Genre

Action, Adventure, Crime, Drama, Suspense / Thriller

Target Audiences

Age: 35-54

Target Gender: Universal

Setting

Rural Arkansas, Louisanna and Texas

Based on a True Story

Yes

Publishing Details

Status: Yes: with a Publisher

Publisher: Publish America

Year Published: 2006

Starting Description

In 1937 Arkansas, 17-year-old Marshall Bentwood longs for the day he can escape the farm he hates. His wish comes true, but at a deadly cost when his brother, James, is murdered. The murders intended to kill Marshall, but they kill James in a case of mistaken identity. Not satisfied to wait on the

Ending Description

It’s nearly 3 a.m. and Cubby Lawrence, all 6'6” and 500 pounds of him, the cruel patriarch of the family who has kidnapped Marshal's little sister, has been injured in an altercation with Marshall. He managed to drive one-armed back to his home where he plans to kill Jenny, Marshall's sister. One of

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Hard Copy Available

No

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Mature Audience Themes

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Plot - Other Elements

Happy Ending, Coming of Age

Plot - Premise

Overcoming Monster/Villain

Main Character Details

Name: Marshall Bentwood

Age: 17

Gender: Male

Role: Protagonist

Key Traits: Strong Moral Code, Uneducated, Badass, Decisive, Modest, Honorable, Patriotic, Perseverance, Selfless, Unapologetic, Aggressive, Blunt, Heroic

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Logline

The Ridge: The Wisper of the Leaves is the story of the type of character and courage not often seen today, but exemplified by one member of what Tom Brokaw called The Greatest Generation.

Short Summary

In 1937 Arkansas, 17-year-old Marshall Bentwood longs for the day he can escape the farm he hates. His wish comes true, but at a deadly cost when his brother, James, is murdered. The murders intended to kill Marshall, but they kill James in a case of mistaken identity. Not satisfied to wait on the


It’s nearly 3 a.m. and Cubby Lawrence, all 6'6” and 500 pounds of him, the cruel patriarch of the family who has kidnapped Marshal's little sister, has been injured in an altercation with Marshall. He managed to drive one-armed back to his home where he plans to kill Jenny, Marshall's sister. One of

Development Pitch

About The Author

Core Theme

Overcoming Monster/Villain,

Characters

Main Character

Name: Marshall Bentwood

Age: 17

Gender: Male

Role: Protagonist

Key Traits: Strong Moral Code, Uneducated, Badass, Decisive, Modest, Honorable, Patriotic, Perseverance, Selfless, Unapologetic, Aggressive, Blunt, Heroic

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