Hands of The Father

By Darrell Case

Thriller, Religion & spirituality | Paperback, eBook, Audiobook


His name is Globe. He is ten years old, his mother is dead; his father is a serial killer. He is an unwilling accomplice to murder. Taylor Jackson is a moonshiner, a father and a serial killer. In a jealous rage, he murders his wife in front of their eight-year-old son, Globe, then replaces her with another and another. None of them meet his standards. To Globe they are temporary mothers. He can visit their graves in the pasture, but he dares not love them. His father kills everything Globe loves. Taylor is arrested and escapes. He vows to kill the only witness to his crimes─his son. Globe realizes the only way to stop his father is to kill him. Taylor lures his son into a trap. Will Globe become his father’s next victim or can he put an end his father’s murderous spree?



At age 49 Darrell put pencil to paper and began recording the stories rumbling around in his head. His first book was a howling failure selling a grand total of 6 copies. Not one to give up, he went back to the drawing board. He has since graduated to computer yet he still makes the same mistakes, however now it is easier to correct them. Through trial and error more error Darrell learned to write. His books have gained many 5 stars from those who count –his readers.


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At age 49 Darrell put pencil to paper and began recording the stories rumbling around in his head. His first book was a howling failure selling a grand total of 6 copies. Not one to give up, he went back to the drawing board. He has since graduated to computer yet he still makes the same mistakes, however now it is easier to correct them. Through trial and error more error Darrell learned to w...


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