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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:Small Town & Rural
  • Language:English
  • Pages:180
  • eBook ISBN:9798350913446
  • Paperback ISBN:9798350913439

Famine & Forgiveness

by T. E. Todd

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Corey Singer is a handsome high school senior with a full ride to the University of Houston in the fall. After he completes his undergrad and MBA, he plans to take over the family's Texas ranching enterprise. Just before graduation, Corey goes missing during the family winter hunting expedition and is presumed dead. Vengeance for Corey surfaces in the most unusual way when, over a decade later, a catastrophic economic collapse and worldwide famine become the catalyst for an unexpected collision with the past.
As Jacob's beloved son, Corey Singer carries his father's hopes for the family name and their ranching business. The seventh son, but the first Jacob adored, Corey's charisma, chiseled good-looks, and kind manners make him popular in high school and around town. Corey's older brothers find it hard to hide their envy. When a hunting prank goes wrong during Christmas break, the Singer brothers band together. Still reeling from Corey's presumed death, the family wealth on the ranch and civilization as they know it are in jeopardy after an unprecedented economic collapse forces them to search for help in unusual places. Although they find what they need for their family's survival, the Singer brothers face a harsh reality where they must sacrifice one for the other. Despite all their efforts, one good decision or selfless sacrifice may still not be enough to make up for the past.
About the author
Tiffani Todd grew up in small-town Oklahoma and has called Texas home for 25 years. After three miscarriages and a divorce left her confused where life's trail ended, she began a journey seeking the supernatural. She has authored dozens of short stories and plays. This is her first novel. As a registered nurse, wife, professional businesswoman, and dog lover, "Famine & Forgiveness" represents the culmination of years searching for the language of heaven.