Dark Thirty

Dark Thirty

by Terry Kay
Dark Thirty

Dark Thirty

by Terry Kay

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Overview

In the sleepy town of Tickenaley, Georgia, they call the thirty minutes between day and night Dark Thirty. The memory of daylight lingers, but falling darkness brings with it haze, change and uncertainty. One day at Dark Thirty, Jesse Wade, in high spirits, carrying a birthday gift for his beloved grandson, returns home to a scene of unspeakable horror. His entire family-wife, children, grandchild-have been savagely slain. In one slashing moment, the life of this decent, loving, home-rooted man is torn apart forever.

Not since In Cold Blood has a book probed so deeply and so powerfully into the human drama that a senseless act of savagery leaves in its wake-the agony of Jesse Wade, the panic of the townspeople, the burden of the lawyers who must defend the killers, and the encroachment of the news media, exploiting it all. As the story unfolds, Terry Kay also dramatically brings to light the complex social issues we all face in a violent time: justice vs. vengeance, the failings of our legal system, capital punishment. In this beautifully written, deeply felt novel, Terry Kay chillingly juxtaposes the pastoral beauty of Appalachia and the traditional values of small-town America with the spreading stain of evil that threatens us all.


Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781949135473
Publisher: Untreed Reads Publishing
Publication date: 06/22/2021
Pages: 370
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.82(d)

About the Author

Terry Kay grew up in Royston, Georgia, in a family of 12 children. He was the author of 18 novels, including the international bestseller To Dance with the White Dog, which became the award-winning film starring Hume Cronyn and Jessica Tandy. Kay passed away in December 2020 after a valiant battle with pancreatic cancer; his books will live on forever.
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