BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (PRWEB) September 30, 2013
Bill King’s 2007 novel “Hack” (published by Trafford Publishing), which is getting a renewed marketing push in 2013, is a story of survival of the fittest, set in an Alabama cotton mill village.
“Hack” is about the desperate and crazy happenings of teenage boys in 1950s in the cotton mill villages that sprang up in the South during the difficult times following the Depression.
The main characters of the story are Hack, One Lung, Woosie, Snake and Poolroom. Life means so little to them that they will try anything, from jumping off the Tennessee River Bridge to climbing the tower to the mill's shift change siren.
King hopes readers will feel the characters’ pain and show compassion for impoverished kids whose parents are working long hours just to survive and have little time to direct and influence their children about the realities of adult life.
About the Author
Bill King was born in a cotton mill village boarding house in north Alabama. After working his way through college laying sewer lines on the campus, he ran for public office and was elected to both the Alabama House of Representatives and the Alabama Senate while segregationist George Wallace was governor of Alabama. A businessman, King developed multimillion dollar hotels, apartments and motels throughout the southeastern U.S. He lives in Birmingham, Ala.
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