A Million Tiny Lights is a fast read book with a good message. This book is intriguing and captivating.It is a story that could happen in any town and can be emotional with a good heartfelt message.I highly recommend it. – Amazon Review
Davis Malone has a secret that has controlled his life for more than 20 years.
Witnessing a murder at the age of 13 has created emotional cargo that has traveled with him throughout his life. As he approaches marriage to his fiancé, Caylee, he is fighting to work through the trauma of losing his first wife and two young children in an automobile accident. He is faced with a monumental decision and the continual threat of Sheriff Trent Horn, who is determined to prevent him from sharing what he witnessed.
The weight of his burden keeps him confused and afraid. Davis is a former star athlete in the small Georgia town of Willis, and currently the revered football coach for Magnolia County High School. Now, he fights to start a new, and agonizes over sharing his secret that threatens to not only ruin his life, and the lives of those he loves, but could bring down an entire community.
Davis relies heavily on his confidant, Ole Hank James, and trusts his feedback and advice. At the core of his life is murder, death, fear, and love, and Davis is searching for healing and redemption. While he trusts his old friend’s opinion, Mr. Hank has a secret of his own that will change how Davis views everything that he has been battling.
The decision to talk or not talk about what he knows not only impacts Davis, but it will also have an impact on an innocent man who has been behind bars for more than 20 years. The lives of so many people, lie in the balance.
About the Author
J.M. Doyle lives in West Tennessee with his wife, teenage daughter, and two black labs. He has a son, daughter in law, and granddaughter in East Tennessee.
He began a career in mental health in 1991, and later built a very successful private practice as a therapist, then followed that up with a decade as a psychiatric hospital administrator. While mental health has provided a career, his true passion is writing. He writes stories that are about real human experience, and loaded with psychological journeys, with hope of recovery and redemption.