Tyler Holte, a successful sales executive, is at the top of his game. Suddenly his entire world falls apart. He finds himself at the center of a financial collapse not seen since the 1930s. He watches as his family, career, and country fall apart. He is pursued by the police, FBI, government, and mobs of people after he is framed for depleting personal and business bank accounts all over the United States. His family turns against him and his teenage daughter defies him and his value system. So begins a forty-eight hour ride for his life as he flees from his past, present, and possible death. Everyone turns their backs on him except for one man. Tyler begins to learn what is most important in his life in this surprising, fast-paced, and very timely book.
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Ken Brown was born in 1963 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. He has spent much of his life trying new things. When he was a boy, he made God-eyes and sold them to make money. Later, he began to write songs. He continued in his entrepreneurial spirit by creating The Original Cheesecake Sundae and selling it at fairs and festivals. Not quite finished creating, he co-invented a vent cap for PVC pipes with Tammy Brown and Mark Temple. He created characters based on the cap called Fit the Wonder Cap and Pipey the Pipe. He never forgot his writing and one day was writing a song and just kept writing. The song turned into a book. He says that this journey over the past three years has taught him just how fragile love is and how important family is. Tammy Brown was born in 1969 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. From a very young age, she had a passion to work with children. Going about it the long way, she entered into the Computer Science field. Her first job after receiving her A.A.S. Degree was at Children’s Medical Center of Dallas beginning in 1997. Ironic that it would involve children. She then pursued and received a B.A. degree in History and Education. She has worked substituting in Middle and High Schools since 2006. During that time, she started interviewing people who lived during the Great Depression. She used that information along with other research to help write her current fiction novel, Falling Apart. It involves children, and using her experiences raising, teaching, and working with children, was able to continue with her passion of working with children in a way that she hopes will possibly help others. Ken and Tammy have been married for 23 years and they have three daughters and one son. They feel blessed to be together. They both are passionate in what they do and have found joy throughout the years working together on their projects. Writing a book together has been rewarding and has helped bring them even closer to each other.
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