In the sixth novel in the Kentucky Summers series by Tim Callahan, the action takes place in the winter of 1961 through 1962. The Wolf Pack is excited to finally see where the tunnel and walkway behind the waterfall leads. It’s more than they ever dreamed of when they find a locked treasure chest, leading them all to wonder what’s inside. All your favorite characters are back in this fun winter adventure along with some you don’t expect, such as Timmy’s new friend and Coty’s new nemesis - the crow. How does the Tattoo Man figure in it all? And who were the skeletons?
On a beautiful spring morning in Nashville, Autumn River, an aspiring country singer, is enjoying her coffee at a cafe when Keegan Lynch, a minor league pitcher, walks into her life. The relationship hits obstacles as it slowly develops, despite the instant attraction between the two. Follow the rise in the success of the two heroines, even if it might cost them a chance at love.
Not only did James Ernest hogtie the two men, but he preached to them after doing it. I felt he should have sung Amazing Grace to them, but I was in a hurry to get away just in case they had any friends who were out looking for them, which I strongly doubted. In Red River, Junior, and the Witch, the seventh novel in the Kentucky Summers series by Tim Callahan, the action takes place on the Red River in the summer of 1962
Timmy and the Wolf Pack are back again, making the absolute most out of another Kentucky summer. In this fifth installment to the series, Tim and Susie are kidnapped right out of the front of Timmy's mom's store, and while the grown-ups do their best to find them, it's ultimately up to the Wolf Pack to figure out who took them and how to get them back. Timmy and Susie and the Bootleggers' Revenge is filled to the brim with all the humor, mystery, suspense, and heartwarming community togetherness you've come to expect from author Tim Callahan.
With nine years of marriage down the drain, Chicago native Nick Stewart leaves the city behind in search of solitude. He heads for his most cherished place in the world to heal and live the rest of his life alone. Little did Nick know that God's plans were different from his own. Sleepy Valley is a small mountain village in the heart of the Tennessee Smoky Mountains that Nick loves.
"Poor read, inaccurately billed as Christian"
Timmy's life has changed since his dad died. He is now living with his grandparents and attending the one-room school back in Kentucky. Dark Days in Morgan County is the third installment in the popular Kentucky Summers series. Novelist Tim Callahan carves out a dramatic, suspenseful tale about a colored family that has moved into the Morgan County farm community in 1960.
The Conroy family knows all their neighbors in the small subdivision of Lexington, Kentucky; that is, until Joe Hawkins moves into the old Hawkins farmhouse. Joe is a gruff old man who doesn't take kindly to his neighbors. When 12-year-old Kevin Conroy and his friend Belinda try to befriend him, they realize he isn't mean, he's frightened. After four years as a prisoner of war in Vietnam, Joe was released and honorably discharged.