Colder Weather: Hope Lives Where Reason Dies


by
Michael Morrow

Book Details

Format: EPUB

File size: 766 KB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

Synopsis:

Colder Weather is the story of Adam Sutterland, a young psychologist who, despite living in the city, has deep roots in the mountainous rural areas of Missouri. Eventually Adam brings his young wife and son back from the city to live in his birth home in the country. All is well until tragedy strikes and Adam’s family is killed.

Despite having counseled others on their problems for nearly a decade, Adam finds himself angry, delusional, anguished and unable to cope. Feeling betrayed by his very maker, Adam befriends Walter Montgomery an older war hero who is wise although gravely ill. Through Walter, Adam meets Alexis Davis, a kind and pretty woman with a son of her own.

By forming these new friendships and relationships, Adam is able to begin to move beyond the hatred and deep distrust of everything that have taken hold of him. In the end, he overcomes his delusions, denial and anger to find a kind of salvation and even a certain level of happiness.

About the Author:

Michael Morrow was born and raised in Lebanon, Missouri. He was inspired to write this book in part by the death of his father and in part by the people, places and customs of the place he grew up in. Although Morris has been a writer his whole life, Colder Weather is his first novel. Currently he is working on a follow-up, which will be a humorous look at Appalachian life in the 1950s. When not writing, Michael enjoys music, spending time with family, and exploring the hills and hollows of the Ozarks.

Publisher’s website: http://sbpra.com/MichaelMorrow

Synopsis:

Colder Weather is the story of Adam Sutterland, a young psychologist who, despite living in the city, has deep roots in the mountainous rural areas of Missouri. Eventually Adam brings his young wife and son back from the city to live in his birth home in the country. All is well until tragedy strikes and Adam’s family is killed.

Despite having counseled others on their problems for nearly a decade, Adam finds himself angry, delusional, anguished and unable… (more)

Synopsis:

Colder Weather is the story of Adam Sutterland, a young psychologist who, despite living in the city, has deep roots in the mountainous rural areas of Missouri. Eventually Adam brings his young wife and son back from the city to live in his birth home in the country. All is well until tragedy strikes and Adam’s family is killed.

Despite having counseled others on their problems for nearly a decade, Adam finds himself angry, delusional, anguished and unable to cope. Feeling betrayed by his very maker, Adam befriends Walter Montgomery an older war hero who is wise although gravely ill. Through Walter, Adam meets Alexis Davis, a kind and pretty woman with a son of her own.

By forming these new friendships and relationships, Adam is able to begin to move beyond the hatred and deep distrust of everything that have taken hold of him. In the end, he overcomes his delusions, denial and anger to find a kind of salvation and even a certain level of happiness.

About the Author:

Michael Morrow was born and raised in Lebanon, Missouri. He was inspired to write this book in part by the death of his father and in part by the people, places and customs of the place he grew up in. Although Morris has been a writer his whole life, Colder Weather is his first novel. Currently he is working on a follow-up, which will be a humorous look at Appalachian life in the 1950s. When not writing, Michael enjoys music, spending time with family, and exploring the hills and hollows of the Ozarks.

Publisher’s website: http://sbpra.com/MichaelMorrow

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