A New York Times Best-selling Author and A NASCAR Driver
Team up to write a Southern Novel about Racing and Faith
She has the skills in description and characterization. He has the life experience and the technical knowledge of racing. Together they produced a charming parable of faith and foibles in a rural Southern setting.
SHARYN McCRUMB & ADAM EDWARDS
Camber Berkley, a young stock car driver, wrecks his car Camber Berkley wrecks his car on a winding mountain road, landing in the midst of the funeral of an elderly NASCAR fan. As punishment for his spectacular car wreck, the local authorities of the small town of Judas Grove give him a choice: serve months in jail for reckless driving, or spend two weeks teaching the local ministers to drive stock cars, so that they can compete in a race whose prize is a $2 million legacy.
Faster Pastor is a warm and witty collision between an also-ran NASCAR driver and the clergy of Judas Grove, TN, who need to learn the catechism of stock car racing. Blessed are those who teach, for they shall learn the most. —Jane Hicks, Award-winning poet, author of Blood and Bone Remember
Praise for Sharyn McCrumb’s NASCAR books:
A wild ride! Sharyn McCrumb has done it again.—Ward Burton
Filled with cultural insights and memorable characters, … a must read… I loved it! —Lee Smith
Sharyn McCrumb is not only the first legitimate author to try a novel around the NASCAR lifestyle, she will always be remembered as the first to do it creditably. …and translate it into an incredibly enjoyable read. —Kyle Petty
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