Turn Four by Tom Morrisey
A Novel of the Superspeedways

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”…Not only grabs a reader’s attention; he teaches all you need to know about the inner world of stock-car racing. This book will surprise you with a treasury of life lessons.”
--Dale Beaver, Nextel Cup Chaplain, Motor Racing Outreach

The unthinkable has finally happened.
Can Chance Reynolds face a life without racing?

Before he even had his driver’s license, Chance Reynolds was racing—and winning. He worked his way up the racing ranks from go-carts to sprint cars to stock cars, exercising a natural talent that made him one of the best drivers in midwestern racing. Now he has captured the points lead in stock car racing’s premiere series, and is a favorite to win the championship . . .

. . . Until an off-track accident shatters his career and his life.

Riddled with doubts and questions, Chance delves into the Bible, looking for answers, a clear path for the next turn in his life. The thought of leaving the racing world is mind- numbing—it’s all he has ever known.

Turn Four is an unforgettable ride through the realities of professional racing. Cloaked in the fanfare, it’s a life of seeming comfort and glory. But underneath it all, people are searching for meaning in life, for love, for God.

Buckle up and hold on tight.

About Tom Morrisey

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Tom Morrisey is the author of four novels and short stories, a world-renowned adventure-travel writer whose work has appeared in Outside, Sport Diver (where he serves as Executive Editor) and other leading magazines. He holds an MA in English Language and Literature from the University of Toledo and an MFA in Creative Writing from Bowling Green State University.
Published October 5, 2010 by Zondervan. 354 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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