The Fields

The Fields

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by Ty Schwamberger
     
 

Billy Fletcher learned to farm the family’s tobacco fields – and beat slaves – by the hands of his father. Now, his father is dead, the slaves have long since been freed, and the once-lush fields are dying. Salvation by the name of Abraham knocks on the farmhouse door, bringing wild ideas. He can help Billy save the plantation and return the…  See more details below

Overview

Billy Fletcher learned to farm the family’s tobacco fields – and beat slaves – by the hands of his father. Now, his father is dead, the slaves have long since been freed, and the once-lush fields are dying. Salvation by the name of Abraham knocks on the farmhouse door, bringing wild ideas. He can help Billy save the plantation and return the fields to their former glory…by raising his father’s slaves from the dead.

Can the resurrected slaves breathe life back into the Fletcher farm? Having brought the slaves back from graves that his father sent them, can Billy be the kind master his father wasn’t? Is keeping the farm worth denying the men the freedom they earned with death?

Billy’s conscience holds the key to those mysteries, but not the biggest one: what does Abraham really want from the former slave owner’s son?

Welcome to The Fields.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940013880207
Publisher:
Apex Publications
Publication date:
12/17/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
838,171
File size:
748 KB

Meet the Author

Ty Schwamberger is a growing force within the horror genre. He is the author of a novel, multiple novellas and collections, and is the editor of several anthologies. In addition, he's had many short stories published online and in print. Two stories, "Cake Batter" and "House Call", have been optioned for film adaptation. He is also an Active Member of the Horror Writers Association. You can learn more at: http://tyschwamberger.com.

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