A Rainbow in the Dark

A Rainbow in the Dark

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Overview

Abandoned by his family, Kirk is thrust into a murderous white-collar-crime scheme. Only fourteen years old, Kirk is forced to grow up fast as he discovers that his hometown's most respected elders have been involved in war-time fraud and will kill anyone who gets in the way. Set in 1945 rural Oklahoma, Kirk quickly realized that he is alone in more ways than one. In an era long before civil rights, Kirk blatantly comes to know the war between the races, learning to accept what he cannot understand. As the threat to Kirk's life draws nearer, however, his rescue comes from the most unlikely of places. Skeet, one of the town's most respected elders, causes much disruption among the townspeople by hiring a black young man, Kirk to work in his pharmacy. Even Kirk is in disbelief, but as the story unfolds, Skeet's desire to truly help his fellow man comes shining through.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940013009479
Publisher: Neoziel Publishing, LLC
Publication date: 08/25/2011
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 318
File size: 662 KB

About the Author

Wade McCoy, MD is a family practice physician at Gilbert Medical Center in Bethany, Oklahoma. He met Dr. Kirkland in 1986 in an Introduction to Biology class at Southwestern Oklahoma State University. Dr. McCoy is from rural Reydon, Oklahoma, a town of less than 200 people. He currently lives in Oklahoma City with his wife, Sarah, and their two daughters. Rainbow in the Dark, is McCoy's debut novel.
Patrick Chalfant spent his childhood on a large western Oklahoma ranch, which has been owned by his family over 100 years. He was taught and mentored by Dr. Kirkland in 1989 at Southwestern Oklahoma State University. He currently resides in Tulsa, Oklahoma with his wife and two sons. Patrick is the author of When the Levee Breaks, and Bury My Heart at Redtree, Rainbow in the Dark is his third novel.

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