Photo courtesy of Eagle Harbor Book Company | Nashville-based recording artist/author Robert Hunter will visit Eagle Harbor Book Company to discuss his new novel “Relapse: A Love Story” at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 16.

Photo courtesy of Eagle Harbor Book Company | Nashville-based recording artist/author Robert Hunter will visit Eagle Harbor Book Company to discuss his new novel “Relapse: A Love Story” at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 16.

Robert Hunter talks ‘Relapse’ at Eagle Harbor Books

Nashville-based recording artist/author Robert Hunter will visit Eagle Harbor Book Company to discuss his new novel “Relapse: A Love Story” at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 16.

Rob Wildhide will become a celebrated novelist; he just knows it. But first, he’ll have to overcome writer’s block and survive a wayward trip to the North Woods of Maine with his new bride, Annie, and her treacherous friends (raft guides are not to be trusted).

A love story at its best and wild ride at its drunkest, “Relapse” careens through shaman-led weddings, car heists that lead to strange prophesies, and the inner workings of a mind rife with possibility and absolutely unaffected by the moonshine, thank you very much. Is it relapse, or is it revival?

Hunter is a recording artist who first gained notoriety and critical acclaim following the release of his debut EPs “Outta My Mind” and “Afterglow.”

He is known best for his unabashed contempt for the conventional in any medium and his unique brand of lyrical alt-country/rock. His nationwide 2018 “Relapse & Revival” tour is the first of its kind, a mixture of the literary and lyrical promoting both a new record and his novel.

He lives with his wife, Becky, a former raft guide, whose recent battle with cancer was the inspiration for the tour and the publication of “Relapse.”

Visit www.eagleharborbooks.com to learn more.

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