An accident at an isolated railroad crossing leaves Tee Jessup in a coma. He awakens to find that everything he cherished in life has been taken from him and a Catholic priest at his bedside with written instructions left by his parents. Tee resists, but without a home or a job, he is forced to abandon the ranching life he loves and to travel paths he never imagined to recover some of what he has lost. When he fails repeatedly in his new urban world, wife Sarah takes their son and leaves. Tee thinks she has left because of his failures until he discovers the more sinister reason.
|Publisher:||Season of Harvest Publications|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.75(d)|
About the Author
Jim H. Ainsworth is an award-winning author of seven novels, one story collection, one memoir and many newspaper, magazine and blog articles and stories. A former CPA, CFP, CLU and stockbroker, he authored four business books, qualified for the Registry of Financial Planning Practitioners, and was twice named as one of the most influential accountants in America. A former team roper and owner of a western wear and tack store, Jim led a covered wagon and horseback trip across Texas. He is a Distinguished Alumnus of East Texas State University.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Rails to a River: A Long Awakening based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Wow!!! As a long-time fan of Jim Ainsworth’s writing, I anxiously awaited a new book, but I wasn’t prepared for this one. Rails to a River maintains Ainsworth’s sense of good vs. evil, yet with an edge not apparent in previous works. His smooth writing style introduces new characters and surpises readers with a darker plot line. A work of fiction with threads of reality and truth woven throughout. A must read for Ainsworth fans and a wonderful opportunity for new readers to discover an excellent author and storyteller.
Jim Ainsworth did it again, by creating a book that once started could not be put down until the last page was read. I highly recommend this book with it's twist and turns and believable characters. I especially enjoyed the downtown Dallas settings, having worked there for many years. A very good read!