“Joe Edd Morris has honed a bullet aimed directly at the heart and soul of the reader.” (Peggy Webb, USA Today best-selling author of The Language of Silence)
“Torched is a gripping novel of forbidden love, and friendship across racial divides.” (IndieReader Approved)
Torched finds Sam Ransom at his first pastoral appointment in Holmes County, Mississippi, in the summer of ’64. At a civil rights rally, he is reunited with two friends from his childhood. His decision to join their efforts to rebuild a black church torched by nightriders sets all three on a collision course with the Klan and two grisly murders.
The story is about interracial friendship and romance, the ultimate sacrifice, atonement, and redemption.
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