My Enemy's Face

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My Enemy's Face Billy Ray Sawyer is the All American kid. The high school football hero from the “right” side of the tracks is son of the powerful and wealthy Mayor who has raised Billy Ray to accept his racist and narrow-minded ways in 1960s Alabama.

Noah Franklin is the polar opposite of Billy Ray. A black son of poor parents, Noah doesn’t have racist bone in his body until the Government forces integration. Billy Ray and Noah clash on the first day of school, and through what...

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Overview

My Enemy's Face Billy Ray Sawyer is the All American kid. The high school football hero from the “right” side of the tracks is son of the powerful and wealthy Mayor who has raised Billy Ray to accept his racist and narrow-minded ways in 1960s Alabama.

Noah Franklin is the polar opposite of Billy Ray. A black son of poor parents, Noah doesn’t have racist bone in his body until the Government forces integration. Billy Ray and Noah clash on the first day of school, and through what can only be explained as an Act of God, are forced to live their lives through the other’s eyes.

Both their spirits and faith are tested through triumphs and failures in a community not ready for change or unity. Hate turns into friendship, as the two boys try to deal with their new circumstances. In an ultimate act of sacrifice, one will be forced to lay down his life to save the other. In an act of love, the other races against time to save him.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781590956601
  • Publisher: TotalRecall Publications
  • Publication date: 10/4/2011
  • Pages: 258
  • Product dimensions: 6.10 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Meet the Author

Terry Moran made a career in law enforcement for 28 years before retiring from Federal service with the FBI and DOE in 2008. He lived in Alabama from 1961 to 1967 where his father was a Special Agent with the FBI. Terry remembers his father working multiple civil rights cases involving members of the Ku Klux Klan. After retiring he works closely with people needing high level security clearances.
Margaret Moran, a native of Knoxville, Tennessee, attended the University of Tennessee and graduated with a degree in Graphic Design. Margaret has taught Art and Photography to both elementary and high school students for 18 years.
Terry and Margaret met at the University of Tennessee and were married in 1981. They lived in Nashville, TN, and Oklahoma City, OK, before coming home to Knoxville. Terry and Margaret have three sons, Ryan, Mitchell, and Taylor.
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