"The Adventures of Sammy and Alistair: Sidecar" is the first in a series of Christian short stories based on Samuel Rittenberg Tanner, a rich black man living in the outskirts of Atlanta during the racially tense early 1960s.
Sammy has never let his race become an obstacle to financial or social success. Now he spends his time living a spiritual, semi-retired life.
His teenage nephew, Alistair, is visiting him for the summer as his personal assistant. He comes from the "poor" side of the family and hopes to learn how to get rich. Alistair's first job is to take Sammy to Atlanta using his imported German motorcycle with a sidecar.
What's supposed to be an thirty minute long road trip to the city turns into a three day adventure when they take an unexpected detour and encounter a shocking discovery: a beaten, bloodied white body.
Will Sammy and Alistair ignore it for their own safety, or will they do the right thing and obey God?
Two black men standing next to a white body in the backwoods of Georgia could result in danger...or worse.
Welcome to "The Adventures of Sammy and Alistair: Sidecar", a story loosely based on The Good Samaritan parable.
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.18(d)|
|Age Range:||18 Years|
About the Author
Paul Caro's flagship series, "The Adventures of Sammy and Alistair", is inspired by traditional biblical stories and lessons but is set to more modern times, starting in the 1960s and progressing into the 21st century. Join him and his main characters,Sammy and Alistair, as they grow in faith and life.