Home for the Harvest
Meanwhile, Jordon’s birth family has a struggling vineyard north of Santa Barbara. His sister calls him and insists he come home to deal with a family crisis with his father in the hospital.
As he struggles with his own crumbling family, it’s difficult to see how he can get away. But his own secrets have been begging to be expressed, and he sees that going to his family home may be a way to escape, at least temporarily, from the stress of his Los Angeles life. Finally, it is clear he must leave, and so he heads homeward.
Up in Reno, Nevada, an unconscious John Doe is discovered beaten and dumped in a ditch by the side of a county road. The investigating detective has no clues and no idea how to find out who this guy is, let alone how to solve the crime and catch the perpetrators. The John Doe’s fingerprints prove useless in identifying him, and the man remains unidentified while he is in a coma for days on end.
But strange are the strands of time as they weave a pattern that eventually brings these two men together. Then they must unravel the mystery of their past and begin to discover the surprising connections that exist between them that had almost been forgotten.
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