Following their parents’ violent deaths, Charlie and his three brothers are cast into the sometimes-brutal world of orphanage life. It is a fearful and confusing beginning to a journey that will take Charlie from hate to compassion and finally to hope.
Against a backdrop of the racial injustice of Georgia in the 1960s, two old men—one white and one black—help Charlie discover his self-worth. Through hunting trips, hard work, and conversation, these two men guide Charlie through the emotional minefield between devastating loss and long-lasting peace.
Paperback | ISBN 978-1-937565-99-2 | 272 pages FICTION / General