A hero arises to battle for truth and faith amidst the scandal-ridden politics of the 90s... In Mad Jones, Heretic, an angry and grief-stricken high school history teacher named Madison Lee Jones pens 59 religious theses and pins them to church doors in Mobile and New Orleans. When his theses unexpectedly attract media attention, Jones launches a popular "ministry" which preaches that anger at God can lead to deeper faith. Mad Jones, Hero finds the accidental prophet rising to new heights, going from a regional religious speaker to a national figure targeted for smears from left and right and throughout the scandal-seeking media world of the late 1990s. Will Jones overcome his enemies and stay true to his message? Or will he return to obscurity after enduring brutal attacks on his character?"I've been enjoying Quin Hillyer's columns for years, and when I read an early draft of Mad Jones, I told him it had real potential and to keep at it. Today's culture needs satirizing, and Hillyer does it with verve." - Winston Groom, author of Forrest Gump.