Anderson concludes his powerful trilogy about the ongoing battle between forces of evil and the good Christian citizens of a 1968 Mississippi community.
Mose Washington and his "grandson", Bill, are still on the lam after fleeing Cat Lake, where Bill's mom was brutally slain years earlier. Hiding out under assumed names, Bill is enrolled at North Texas State University and learning to ride bulls, while Mose continues to protect Bill from the evil he knows hunts them incessantly.
When a dangerous and determined assassin hired by an enemy closes in, Bill’s faith is challenged to a point where even Mose's devoted guidance can't seem to save him. What was once just part of a bedtime prayer becomes an all too-real consideration for both men: And if I die...?
©2007 John Aubrey Anderson (P)2010 Blackstone Audio, Inc.