A Hunger in the Heart

By Kaye Park Hinckley

Literary fiction, General fiction | Paperback, Hardback, eBook


Sarah Neal longs for her husband, Putt, a WWII hero with a traumatic brain injury, to be like he was before the war. Because he can't be, she fills her longing with whiskey. Coleman, their son, needs his father and wants his mother's love and affection. Putt’s dad and Coleman's grandfather, wants everything to be normal, and he yearns for his dead wife’s forgiveness. They all must learn how to live through tragedy and treachery when Putt is accused of a heinous crime. Fig, the gardener, with commonsense wisdom explains to Coleman: "... a hero makes a choice to put somebody else ahead of himself," and Anna, Coleman's first love, teaches him the most valuable lesson of all — the lesson of hope.



Kaye Park Hinckley has a Bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts from Spring Hill College, Mobile, Al. A former advertising agency owner, her fiction has appeared in several literary journals, most recently, Dappled Things. She is inspired by her Catholic faith, her family, and a deep connection to the Bible Belt South, where the conversation centers on God and sinners, family and football, and maybe a favorite, old hound dog. She lives with her husband in Dothan, Al. They have five grown children and nine grandchildren, so far.


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Kaye Park Hinckley has a Bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts from Spring Hill College, Mobile, Al. A former advertising agency owner, her fiction has appeared in several literary journals, most recently, Dappled Things. She is inspired by her Catholic faith, her family, and a deep connection to the Bible Belt South, where the conversation centers on God and sinners, family and football, and maybe a fav...


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