Killing Darkness

Florida Book Festival Award
Fourth and final in the Braddock’s Gold series, Tom Kenney has a face to face with the Benefactor. Award winning author Jay Heavner at his best!


Florida Book Festival Award – Honorable Mention Best General Fiction
Greed. Good versus evil. What’s important in life?

Tom Kenney, Vietnam War veteran, small business owner, and country pastor must deal with all of these. He’s stumbled across information where a long-lost gold payroll is buried. His PTSD condition prevents him from remembering vital details.

A nemesis he knows as the Benefactor wants the treasure and has tried to kill Tom for it. Both want this battle to end. Someone will die. A storm thunders on the horizon. An ending is coming, soon.

Year Published



Jay Heavner






6 x 9




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About the Author

Award winning author, Jay Heavner, is a History buff and continues his research about General Braddock’s missing gold payroll in his newest book, Hunter’s Moon. His first novel, Braddock’s Gold, was awarded Honorable Mentions for Best Fiction at the Florida and Great Midwest Book Festivals. Heavner resides in central Florida with his family. He was born in Cumberland, Maryland, and lived his first thirty years in West Virginia, which he still considers home. He is a graduate of Fort Ashby High School, Fort Ashby, WV, and West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV, where he earned two degrees. He is a recently retired member of the United Brotherhood of Carpenters. Mr. Heavner’s articles have been published in newspapers in West Virginia and Florida.