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Forgotten Road

Nashville music star and family man, Cole Michaels, is persuaded to embrace an “American Dream” theology that promises comfort, happiness, and success. But when the unimaginable happens, Cole blames God and abandons his faith. More vulnerable than ever, he is clueless that an evil character with an unspeakable secret is using every available resource to find him.

Can two old sages, a beautiful blonde, a violin called the Mysterious Lady,
and a Triumph motorcycle help prepare Cole for his ultimate trial?

Down every forgotten road is a new discovery. Sometimes pleasant. Sometimes frightening.

There's no fairy tale Christianity here. But there is a true-to-life drama that
will captivate your heart and mind. And resonate with your soul.

Forgotten Road

  • “Any publishing house would be thrilled to publish this novel.”  -  Tim Luke,
    Award-winning sports writer for the Atlanta Braves

    “This is the  first novel I have read by Randall Arthur.  Forgotten Road has risen to my top 10 all-time favorites.  The story is mesmerizing. I encourage everyone to read this novel.”   Tom Marchinowski

    “I am generally not a fiction reader, but once I started it, it was difficult to put down. Breathtaking. Chilling. Pulled all my emotional strings: disbelief, anger, and empathy.”
    Nancy Kelly - Educator

    “How do I describe such a book? Powerful comes to mind. Out of the cookie cutter box is another. A must read. Beautifully and well written. You will not be disappointed with this incredibly real read.”  -  Sheila -

    “This book touches my heart and spirit like nothing I have read  in a very long time. I am not usually so personally affected by a fiction narrative.”
    Jo -

    “I can't say enough about this book. This book touched me in a way no other book has ever done.”  -  Rick Estep

    “I just finished reading a book I can’t stop thinking about:  Forgotten Road by Randall Arthur. Some of the scenes Mr. Arthur captured I found myself thinking about throughout the day, and had to keep reminding myself it was only fiction.  That is how real and organic his writing is.”   Cheri Swalwell


    “Nail biting. Moving!” -  David Lambert - Editor of over 50 bestsellers


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