On the surface, life in the small tourist town of Mosby, Georgia is just as you would expect. But beneath the magnolias and crepe myrtles lurks a terrible power that compels people to kill themselves.
Fogger Grace, raised by an irrational mother, arrives in Mosby to cover the annual reunion of a eccentric family for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Instead, he must watch as the adults kill themselves and their children in a mass suicide. READ MORE
FROM COLONIAL TIMES TO THE A-BOMB
“From the first, America has considered itself a “shining city on a hill”—uniquely lighting the right way for the world. But it is hard to reconcile this picture, the very image of American exceptionalism, with what America’s Use of Terror shows us: that the United States has frequently resorted to acts of terror to solve its most challenging problems. Any “war on terror,” Stephen Huggins suggests, will fail unless we take a long, hard look at ourselves—and it is this discerning, informed perspective that his book provides.” READ MORE
COMING SOON: Swimming the AbyssProjected Publication Date, Summer 2021
Stephen Huggins holds five university degrees, including a PhD in History. He is a retired Aerospace executive who has taught history at the University of Georgia and Georgia Military College.