Celestial Grace Part 4

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What life can there be for someone dead like me?Leaving a voice-activated tape recorder in a rural Texas graveyard is a desperate way to seek advice about a six-year run of bad luck or a gay sister with political ambitions, but 23-year-old orphan Nicky Cooper, down to his last dime and his last chance, can think of nothing else. After all, the grandmother who raised him did promise she would alway...

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Publisher: Enchantment Arts Publications; 1 edition (March 30, 2010)
Publication Date: March 30, 2010
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for him and promises, for Nicky, have always been a matter of life and death. At last, just as he’s about to break his own vow to help and not burden to his older sister Grace—upon whom everyone reluctantly relies—Nicky hears the few cryptic words that change everything, confronting the siblings with a mystery they must solve, one that menaces the whole town of Celestial.Can Nicky’s reluctant sleuthing and Grace’s awkward politicking possibly uncover and thwart the forces that threaten Celestial? With help, maybe. Cordell Wainwright IV, Nicky’s best friend, lends his stalwart if misguided aide. Even a shadowy figure from their father’s past makes a contribution, though it takes a crisis before the Baptist pastor, Rev. Jeff, finally chooses whom he must serve. But it is quirky, retired educator Miss Evelyn Jenkins, an African-American friend of Nicky’s grandmother, who unknowingly holds the key.Even with this help, Nicky must race against time to find and understand the other voices of whose guidance he has long been bereft. The attempt will take both Nicky and Grace to the very brink of death before showing them and the town, if they have the courage to look, how to hold onto life in the midst of disaster and how the dead—physically, spiritually, emotionally—can live on in this world, not just the next.In Celestial Grace, author Clint Hicks draws upon his own experiences of small-town life while exploring the themes of loss and redemption, of place and memory. A 2004 Ph.D. graduate of the University of New Mexico, Clint lives in Santa Fe with his wife Rosanna and children Angelina and Gabriel. Clint is an accomplished writer, having written numerous non-fiction titles and having written for companies as diverse as Peter Norton Computing and Genzyme Genetics. Celestial Grace is his first novel. It is available in installments or in a full version.