A teenaged track star, son of a sociology professor, put his father's ideology to work in 1962 rural Georgia. But he learns that to save a beautiful black girl from a life of sexual abuse, he not only must put her life at risk, but also his own.
|Publisher:||Conley Smith ePublishing LLC|
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About the Author
G. Richard Hoard
Asbury Theological Seminary
Author of Alone Among the Living: a Memoir of the Floyd Hoard Murder (1994); The Race Before Us, a novel (2005), and soon to be published novel (July 2013) Through Fear of Death. G. RIchard Hoard has won writing awards from the Georgia Press Association, The Salvation Army, and the AMMY Foundation. He has taught literature and composition in high school and speech communication in college. He is an alumnus of The University of Georgia and is currently a Wesleyan pastor, serving at Oconee River Church in Watkinsville, Georgia.