Cricket’s Trail: An Odyssey of Redemption Along the Trail of Tears

Revenge, remorse, regeneration, and reconciliation are the driving themes of Cricket’s Trail, the story of two spiritual odysseys set against the relocation of the Cherokees in 1838. The story delves deeply into the issue of personal guilt and the need for repentance. It is infused with a strong Christian message that emphasizes personal conversion and reconciliation. It is told with grit. More

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Published by Elderberry Press
Words: 96,770
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301430857
About John Hutchinson

John M. Hutchinson, a speech/language pathologist by education and currently a higher education consultant, has served as a college administrator in Idaho, Montana, South Dakota, Georgia, and Florida. He is a former Episcopal clergyman and currently resides in Missouri with his wife Jean Ann and their marginally faithful dog, Toby, who is a backyard escape artist. Cricket’s Trail is his first novel.

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