'We Mortal Men' Just Released
The inspiring story of the relationship between a southern plantation owner and the slaves who worked his land, We Mortal Men is a powerful novel involving racism, bigotry, and loves ability to unite and heal.
LUBBOCK, Texas, Jan. 15, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Terry don Foley's just released novel "We Mortal Men" addresses racial issues confronting society today and their origins in slavery. Inspired by the author's own family history, dating back to a south Texas cotton plantation in the 1800's, this moving saga of family, racism, bigotry, and forgiveness, examines how one family's heritage, rooted in love, transcends generations to come.
Not your typical plantation owner, Lee Washington Greene saw beyond the color of a man's skin. Both devoted and deeply flawed, Greene's life sets the stage for breaking down present day barriers of bigotry and hate. Told through the eyes of an elderly black woman, with the help of her newfound friend and journalist, the story finds its way into the hearts and minds of readers. Once you begin to read this timeless story you will not be able to put it down, and the story will stay with you long after you finish the book.
Rave reviews by Amazon readers show "We Mortal Men" is finding acceptance across genres, genders, and demographics. Recommended for readers of all ages.
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