In this fascinating,
spellbinding intrigue, the U.S. government has militarily taken
over a small town. Their mission is to quarantine a virus in the
soil threatening the country’s grain production. The virus is
uncontrollable. A soldier abandons his post, leaves the town,
and takes his family on a pilgrimage to The Rocketship Café, a
way station and sanctuary for those who enter. He hopes to find
someone to confide in -- to find some answers in a world that
has suddenly and inexplicably gone wrong -- very wrong. Good vs.
evil and life vs. death permeate this mesmerizing, compelling
tale rife with deception and conspiracy. Treachery and cover-up
seep into the choices individuals and communities make. Who can
be trusted; who can be relied upon?
Sue Yarber, lives with her husband and two daughters in
Bakersfield, California, where she is a high school teacher and
administrator. TARE, inspired by a parable in the book of
Matthew and current events, is her first published book. She
loves to tap dance, read, watch film noir, run and play soccer.
Hard Cover - 6x9 - 208
pages - $25.50
ISBN / SKU: 1-60693-395-7