Title: THE LAST STATIONMASTER
Meet Nate Daniels, a fifteen-year-old middle-class African-American with a reputation for pranks. His parents worries he's becoming a juvenile delinquent and send him to his grandparents' North Carolina farm for the summer. But soon after he arrives, Nate uncovers a long kept family secret.
Nate learns the farm has been passed through the family since antebellum times. He questions how his African-American forefathers ran the farm during slavery, but no one wants to talk about it.
With laptop and cell phone privileges revoked, Nate's efforts to research the farm's history stalls until he meets Hannah and her brother. The snooping trio uncovers a link between the farm and the Underground Railroad. Good, right? But more research suggests that Nate's very distant and very black grandfather owned slaves.
Things get complicated when Nate finds an accused terrorist hiding on the farm. But when the terrorist saves Nate's life, it convinces Nate he's innocent. To evade disaster Nate must discover the secrets of the farm, deliver the terrorist to safety, and become THE LAST STATIONMASTER.