It Was Time For Him To Go Down. The Police Weren?T Gonna Do Nothing. He Had Them Clowns Eating Out Of The Palm Of His Hand. Yes, I Killed Rev. Tremmel.
After Rev. Tremmel Is Killed, Mason And His Troupe Of High School Seniors Unravel A Bevy Of Titillating Secrets.
In a small southern town during the 1970s, Mason and his teen age friends have a special relationship with the young, hip, cool, suave, Rev. Tremmel, pastor of the Mt. Sinai Baptist Church. The young men admire Rev. Tremmel and his beautiful, sophisticated wife, Ms. Sonya. However, Mason discovers that Rev. Tremmel is not what he appears to be. His mesmerizing façade eventually unravels, revealing that Rev. Tremmel is deeply intertwined with residents of the town in ways Mason could have never imagined. Other people eventually find out who and what Rev. Tremmel really is, and someone kills him. Mason works on his own to find who did it.
?Burgh paints an intimate portrait of life in small town Georgia, with plot twists and turns that keep the book fresh and engaging. The coming-of-age story, with a healthy dose of humor, extremely interesting characters and an ever growing undercurrent of menace, makes for a real page-turner. I can't remember the last time I read an entire novel in one sitting! I especially enjoyed the young adult characters as they bonded, struggled and overcame the challenges they faced, both interpersonal and from situations forced upon them. Highly recommended reading!? -Mr. Kevin Kolb, Composer, Musician, IT Director, GPM Southeast, LLC .