He was marked by the color of his skin.
Falsely accused of murder in the Jim Crow South, Porter Hurst flees to the North with his newborn son to begin a new life. He hopes to escape the oppression and dreams of a better future for his son, Ben.
He believed that skin color was as translucent as the soul.
Twelve years later, tragedy touches Porter’s life again when Ben is killed, sparking a race riot that engulfs an entire city. Porter seeks retribution against his son’s killers and soon finds himself on the run, once again, a fugitive.
He believed that humanity is colorblind.
Samuel Hunter was changed the night he was confronted by Porter Hurst. His beliefs were shaken to the core and he embarked on a journey of self-discovery that would change his life forever.
He discovered the madness of race.
Porter Hurst is finally brought to justice and faces the death penalty. Samuel Hunter is still haunted by his demons from his part in Ben’s death. Until the day they are both held at the mercy of a madman with a bomb.
Feel the Fire is a cautionary tale of the many facets of racism and its changing faces.
Nane Quartay was born in upstate New York. After a tour in the US Navy, he traveled extensively before returning to New York to begin writing his first novel, Feenin'. His titles include Come Get Some, Take Two And Pass, The Badness and soon to be released Feel The Fire. He now lives in the Washington, DC area.
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