Item description for Kentucky Dreamin': Against All Cults by Ron Stauffer...
Two childhood buddies from Kentucky, in a nostalgic meeting, discuss their philosophical differences - but not before several brutal murders had taken place in the region. A chilling double murder on the Appalachian Trail occurs just prior to Paul's re-assignment, as a young Army officer, to a war college terrorist course. There, he meets Erin, who becomes his soul mate. She attends the same course specifically to enable her to diagnose the modus operandi of the serial killer. Their spiritual convictions and dreams come into play as the Killer leads them on a roller coaster of disgust through America's Appalachia.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8" Width: 5" Height: 0.63" Weight: 0.67 lbs.
Release Date Sep 5, 2004
Publisher Outskirts Press
ISBN 1932672206 ISBN13 9781932672206
Availability 107 units. Availability accurate as of Jan 20, 2017 06:04.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Kentucky Dreamin': Against All Cults?
Highly Recommended Dec 19, 2005
Kentucky Dreamin' had me fired up from page 1. Ron Stauffer does an excellent job of weaving suspenseful fiction with many historical quotes that ought to open a lot of minds. Those who are religious would gain some very good insight into their own philosophies from reading this book, and anyone who likes suspense will find it entertaining. Kentucky Dreamin' combines murder, romance and philosophy intelligently and entertainingly, while throwing in an extra bonus - the text of James Madison's short, succinct masterpiece, "A Memorial and Remonstrance."
Finally, atheist heroes are recognized! Oct 12, 2004
Three cheers for Kentucky Dreamin' - a novel of mystery and romance that actually shows ATHEISTS for the good people I know them to be. Erin is a strong female lead; Paul is the kind of guy most atheist or agnostic gals seek. The suspense builds as terrorists strike and promise more savagery. The interwoven philosophizing of great voices of the past is a welcome break up of the action.