The late night stranger at Trip Sinclair’s door south of Livingston, TX, claims he’s Ben Franklin, lost and confused. Although the middle-age man is dressed for the part, Trip wants nothing to do with the charade; he’s got his own problems. But Franklin’s engaging persona spurs Trip to challenge the performance as a means of determining the man’s true identity. A chance encounter with a young librarian compounds the situation when her retired-sheriff father assumes the two men are up to no good, possibly even terrorists. Fluctuating trust between Trip and Franklin complicates what becomes a shared mission far beyond East Texas on which Trip learns more about himself than he could have ever imagined.
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I’m called Sam Morris (and worse). Born and raised in the mountains of Virginia, though not by wolves, I subsequently attended the University of Tennessee and graduated (barely) with a chemical engineering degree. With work opportunities scarce in the region, Houston called as a land of opportunity. Work in the oil field business, particularly offshore drilling, was interesting but didn’t allow me to use the engineering information I had crammed into my head. After a year I moved on to the manufacturing of inorganic chemicals. For the next 34 years I experienced the technical, supervisory, and management sides of the chlorine and PVC industries. I had the opportunity to work in exotic locales in Texas, Washington State, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware and even in Alberta Province to the north. When the facility in Delaware where I was working closed, I decided to retire early rather than relocate yet again. I currently reside in southeast Pennsylvania with my lovely wife. We are both on the staff of Skeeter, a rescued, tuxedo feline. My days are consumed with writing, power walks or the gym, live music, and good beer, not necessarily in that order. Contact me at email@example.com
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Book Description Three Firs Publishing, 2015. Paperback. Book Condition: Brand New. 1st edition. 308 pages. 8.50x5.50x0.77 inches. In Stock. Bookseller Inventory # zk0996234500