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The Angels' Share, by James Markert
William McFee wants his father Barley to consider reviving the Old Sam Bourbon distillery and fill his family's aging house with barrels full of bourbon once again, since Prohibition has now ended.
A drifter is recently buried near the distillery at Potter's Field. Miracles seem to come to those who once intereacted with deceased and those who stop to pray at his grave. William finds a connection between the tragic death of his younger brother and the mysterious drifter.
What secret does Barley have that could put his entire McFee family at risk?
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Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 2017
"Folksy charm, an undercurrent of menace, and an aura of hope permeate this ultimately inspirational tale." Booklist
From award-winning author James Markert comes a Southern tale of fathers and sons, young romance, revenge and redemption, and the mystery of miracles.
Now that Prohibition has ended, what the townspeople of Twisted Tree, Kentucky, need most is the revival of the Old Sam Bourbon distillery. But William McFee knows itll take a miracle to convince his father, Barley, to once more fill his familys aging house with barrels full of bourbon.
When a drifter recently buried near the distillery begins to draw crowds of pilgrims, the McFees are dubious. Yet miracles seem to come to those who once interacted with the deceased and to those now praying at his grave. As people descend on the town to visit the "Potters Field Christ," William seeks to find the connection between the tragic death of his younger brother and the mysterious drifter.
But as news spreads about the miracles at the potters field, the publicity threatens to bring the depth of Barleys secret past to light and put the entire McFee family in jeopardy.
"Distinguished by complex ideas and a foreboding tone, Markerts (A White Wind Blew) enthralling novel captures a dark time and a people desperate for hope." Library Journal
"Mysterious, gritty and a bit mystical, Markerts entertaining new novel inspires the question of What if? Many characters are nicely multilayered, providing a good balance of intrigue and realism. The fascinating glimpse into the process of distilling bourbonand the effect of the Prohibition on Kentucky and its bourbon familiesadds another layer to the story." RT Book Reviews
James Markert lives with his wife and two children in Louisville, Kentucky. He has a history degree from the University of Louisville and won an IPPY Award for The Requiem Rose, which was later published as A White Wind Blew, a story of redemption in a 1929 tuberculosis sanatorium, where a faith-tested doctor uses music therapy to heal the patients. James is also a USPTA tennis pro and has coached dozens of kids whove gone on to play college tennis in top conferences like the Big 10, the Big East, and the ACC. Learn more at JamesMarkert.com; Facebook: James Markert; Twitter: @JamesMarkert.
Folksy charm, an undercurrent of menace, and an aura of hope permeate this ultimately inspirational tale.
Distinguished by complex ideas and a foreboding tone, Markerts (A White Wind Blew) enthralling novel captures a dark time and a people desperate for hope.