Lost Cain (Paperback)

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CAIN MCALLISTER'S birth on the bank of the Mississippi River during an earthquake becomes a small-town story of infamy and forever changes the strong, troubled women who love the little boy.

Though shunned and bullied throughout his childhood, hope arrives when a new preacher and his family move to town and Cain finds what he has always longed for - a best friend. The fate of the friendship takes a deadly turn when a young girl with a secret comes to visit and the tiny town in the Arkansas Delta ignites into spiritual revival.

Lost Cain points a microscope at the political brand of Christianity taking root in the 1960's and 70's, illuminating the "Culture Wars" in a way that is poignant and impossible to ignore. All the hot button issues are here, yet they're explored with such a gentle bluntness that even the most inflammatory events feel natural, justified and believable.

Lost Cain will make you laugh, then cry, then laugh again - a hilarious, tender look at a fading town struggling against both the encroaching waters of the Mississippi River and the coming cultural change in small-town America.

Product Details
ISBN: 9781039136472
ISBN-10: 1039136478
Publisher: FriesenPress
Publication Date: May 18th, 2022
Pages: 312
Language: English