Jack Thomas Reynolds has written four books: The Ethiopian Woman, While Angels Watched, Up Through the Cracks and Oz One of Ten
He was born in a small coal mining town just outside of Pittsburgh, Pa. He is the father of six daughters. He has always loved art and the art of telling stories; his own and the stories of others he has come to know.
“He himself came up through the cracks at a time when a black man falling through cracks was very easy to achieve. He blames all of his positive achievements on the fact that he has always abstained from mind-altering substances — drugs, alcohol and tobacco. He blames his shortcomings on his own stubbornness. If he had a motto, it would be that there is nothing on earth stronger than love and comradeship …” — Written by a friend
“I was not born to be alone. I will always need someone to tell my stories too. When someone is beside me, I am much stronger because they are a blessing to me. When I stand behind someone they can rest assured that they have a faithful comrade. If I should ever lead someone, it will never be against God. If I should fail to defend the innocence within children it will not be because I did not do my best, it will be because I died.” — Jack Reynolds
Oz - One of Ten
“It would be better for you to cut it off than to use it to destroy the lives of your or our children. There shall be neither forgiveness nor mercy.”- a paraphrase of biblical proportion.
Ten ordinary men become extraordinary with angelic help as avenging angels save the innocent. The author adds thought-provoking information and startling statistics to highlight this huge problem.
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