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‘The Road at Midnight’ book now available

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A small engine aircraft accident over the prairie lands of South Texas leaves one dead, one in a coma. Focused on the astonishing experiences of Dr. Christopher Golden-Gaye, The Road at Midnight explores what happens when a family’s darkest secrets are revealed.

From the deep dark secrets buried in an old trunk -- hidden diaries, intimate letters, and the guarded confessions of three women -- Christopher relives an unimaginable tale of family tragedy, hidden secrets, and assumed identities.

Based on a true story, The Road at Midnight brings to life the earnest, heartfelt family tragedy that is revealed to Christopher while he sleeps. A dream, a trunk, a crucifix, a diary, and a daring leap of faith lead Christopher to discover the untold truth about his life, and a decision he must make to come to terms with the past.

Available now at -- search: The Road at Midnight by Morgan Wolfe. To learn more visit

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