LOVE, GUNS & GOD in America, through its portrayal of violence, race, and ideological confrontations, is a vivid and raw inspection of America today. Set in the American south, the novel follows two young children--fleeing a white nationalist upbringing--to their chance encounter with a large mythical man in the woods who helps them on their journey to California. When captured, events take a horrific, racial turn, one that many years later still haunts all those involved. LOVE, GUNS & GOD in America is both thrilling and timely.
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Christian Fennell is the author of the critically acclaimed collection of short stories, Torrents of Our Time, and the novels, The Fiddler in the Night and LOVE, GUNS & GOD in America. His essays and short stories have appeared in a number of international magazines, literary journals, and collected works. Christian was a columnist and the fiction editor at The Prague Revue. He resides in Montréal.