The only place Emma Jennings, the mother, and Russell “Rusty” Carter, Jr., the cop, find refuge from the chaos engulfing them is the teenager’s serenely beautiful grave. Through initially awkward meetings there, Emma and Rusty establish a bond that they must ultimately rely on to rebuild their lives and help heal their city.
"Standing on Holy Ground is an inspiring work of good overcoming evil. It is a ruthlessly
honest account of the new progressive South still struggling with a very old legacy of hate."--USA Today
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