by Tom Huser
In this gripping novel, Tom Huser relates the story of one family’s terrible secret and the events that brought it to light. A story of tragedy and triumph in the heartland of America, Kansas celebrates the incredible strength and solidarity of the family farmers of Pawnee County, Kansas, during the wheat harvest of 1957.
Two teenage boys from Wewoka, Oklahoma, go to Kansas to make their fame and fortune in the wheat harvest. Their adventure on the Bruton family farm changes their lives forever.
Join them on the adventure of a lifetime, as Kansas takes you from the reflective and routine to a riveting climax.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
A native of Wewoka, Oklahoma, Tom Huser is a retired Presbyterian minister and a graduate of Austin College at Sherman, Texas, and Austin Theological Seminary in Austin, Texas. He and his wife, Shirley, live in Corpus Christi, Texas. Tom worked on a family farm in the Kansas wheat harvest of 1957.
Any net profit the author realizes from the sales of Kansas will go to “Mission 911”, a shelter for homeless people in Corpus Christi, Texas, or a similar charity.
(2005, paperback, 176 pages)
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