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Moonshine Memories

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More than forty years have passed since Matt and Beth Reynolds lived in the small East Texas town of Pruett, where he served as pastor of the Methodist church, and where they got an eye-opening education about human nature. Some of those lessons resulted in lifelong friendships, and others became the stuff of nightmares---quite literally, in Matt’s case. As a homecoming celebration at the old church approaches, Matt relives in his dreams one of the most harrowing experiences of his life during that time: the murder of a troublesome moonshiner and the conviction for that crime of a man Matt had looked upon as good friend.
Convinced that there was more to the story, Matt and Beth take the occasion of the homecoming to ask questions of the surviving cast of characters in hopes of finding out the truth and stopping the nightmares. What they discover only raises more questions, as they learn how much their friends and fellow citizens had withheld from them by “looking out for their own”. . . and how both the victim and the convicted murderer, like most of the peculiar folks in Pruett, were not who they seemed to be.

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