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Cabin in the Cornfield

by Shawn R Mosley

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Trauma can grip the human soul and change our perception of how we view the world and each other. Every persons pain has a beginning. After Jonathan witnessed the brutal murder of his nine year old sister by a white supremacist his world is forever changed. It would take a strange and supernatural experience to rid his life of the racial hatred he now harbors in his heart. Billy Ray Parker, a man who fits the stereo type of everything that Jonathan hates, moves to the small town of Medulla. He is pre-judged before he has ever even had a chance. He lives in an old wooden cabin in the middle of a cornfield. This story is filled with many plot twists and proves that there is truly only one race of people. The human race.

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