'Hidden Relationships of the Homicide Detective' is Released
A career as a deputy chief with the Birmingham Police Department gave Herman L. Hinton a unique view of the world. He saw a world constantly threatened by violence and crime; he also saw it as a place in dire need of strong family values and meaningful relationships. In his new novel, "Hidden Relationships of the Homicide Detective," Hinton tells the story of Trey Wilcox, a man who attempts to restore his parents' failing marriage. Through Trey's experiences, Hinton examines universal notions of family, relationships and belongingness.
Trey Wilcox takes a circuitous route to restore the luster in his parents' dismal marriage. While in pursuit of what he believes is the key to restoring happiness in his family, Trey meets some interesting people who at one time or another crossed paths with his dad, along with other amazing discoveries. But more than anything else, this long and winding voyage reinforces his belief that family and lifelong relationships are vitally important for survival.