A white man dominant in the tobacco industry is lynched from a tree in Virginia. When a group claims responsibility and demands payment of slave reparations, FBI Criminal Profiler Tatum Jackson is assigned to the case. When the killers communicate their demands with a New York Post journalist, Tatum joins forces with reporter Cathy Arnett. As more victims are lynched, they fight against time to find the killers. Meanwhile, Tatum continues her personal struggle to keep her faith. Tatum’s strict religious upbringing feeds her unbelief and often has her questioning what God wants for her life. She shares her faith with Cathy Arnett, a non-believer, and, as they search for the killers, Tatum tries her best to convince Cathy God is real.
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Jeff Glendenning lives in Vandalia, Ohio with his lovely family. They share the home with their two dogs (Ruby and Sophie) and three cats (Ally, Blacky-Whity, and Lily), and two frogs (Fat Matt and Mimi). Jeff has been a civil servant for the U.S. Air Force for 23 years, details of which he cannot confirm nor deny (he doubts you’d believe him anyway). Jeff and family worship God at the Vandalia Christian Tabernacle, where he was saved and baptized in 1995. Contact Jeff: firstname.lastname@example.org
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