In 1948, a mysterious and charismatic man arrives in a small Virginia town carrying two suitcases—one contains his worldly possessions, the other is full of money. He soon inserts himself into the town’s daily life, taking a job in the local butcher shop and befriending the owner and his wife... read more
“"I put out one cup, one saucer, one silver spoon balanced on the rim, my mother's wedding china and her wedding silver, used every day because every day is all there is" - pg 290”Sam Haislett
“"sin is real. As real as the rich man's Cadillac, as real as the poor man's crust of bread. It is as real as your neighbor's wife, your neighbor's land. And it is there forever. Forever and ever." - pg 129”Reverend Morgan
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