A debut novel by Jericho author Richard Mindell explores the dark side of the Green Mountain State. “Eden Falls” is a murder mystery that draws upon the changing Vermont social landscape. At its core is a conflict between native Vermonters and the flatlanders, who inevitably alter the geographical and political climate of the state.
The novel has been drawing attention not only for it’s compelling narrative, but for it’s portrayal of how a Vermont confronts, or ignores, it’s social problems. Neal Charnoff talks with Richard Mindell.
“Eden Falls” is published by The Reginald vanFenwick Press.