Morgan County Morning, a novel by J. Mark Jordan

A beautiful morning in Morgan County Ohio
Morgan County Morning

Connor Morgan, model Christian and exemplary young person, is lured into the seductive philosophy of a college professor. He finds himself caught up in the fast and decadent lifestyle of the nation’s premier party school. Things soon spin out of control, causing Connor to freefall into addiction, treachery of friends and deep trouble with the law. Romantic intrigue, surprising twists, heartbreaking tragedy, and an epiphany of God’s faithfulness and forgiveness mirror the journey of many modern prodigals.

Book 1 of the Connor Morgan Series. Click here for Book 2, Morgan County Midnight. Fiction story takes place in Morgan County Ohio.

J. Mark Jordan

J. Mark JordanRaised in the Midwest, J. Mark Jordan now lives in Sylvania, Ohio with his wife, Sandy. They have three grown children and a granddaughter. Mark fell in love with southeastern Ohio many years ago and situated his first novel, Morgan County Morning, in the hills of Morgan County along the banks of the historic Muskingum River.

Mark earned a Bachelor of Science in Human Relations from the University of Toledo, and has spent his career as a pastor, organizational official and author. He stays busy writing books and articles, speaking at various engagements, and serving as the Ohio District Superintendent of the United Pentecostal Church International. Mark has over ten published books including Living and Leading and The View from the Back of the Pulpit. When he has time, he enjoys playing golf. You can read more of his work online at jonathanjordan.squarespace.com

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