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Love and Glory (The Innocent Years, Book One)

Funderburk, Robert

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ISBN 10: 0786223758 / ISBN 13: 9780786223756
Published by Thorndike Press
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Title: Love and Glory (The Innocent Years, Book One...

Publisher: Thorndike Press

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Good

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His memories were haunting. But the homefront threatened to steal what his worst battle could not take.

Lane and Catherine Temple had been in love forever. Now that the war with Japan was over, Lane is finally coming home.

Sweetwater, Mississippi, is the same simple town where folks sit on the porch and greet one another. But Lane soon finds there is little hope for his struggling law practice in Sweetwater. Searching for a better future, Lane and Catherine move to the city Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

In a land of Cajun food and dirty politics, they are faced with a strange culture and difficult choices. Status and money are everything. Corruption and shady deals rule the halls of power at the state capitol. And the fastest road to the good life is for those who are willing to compromise their integrity.

Would they recognize the enemy before it destroyed them?

About the Author:

Robert Funderburke's life is steeped in the south. Born by coal oil lantern light in a tin-roofed farmhouse outside Liberty, Mississippi, he has spent nearly his entire life in one environ of the South or another.

After receiving a B.A. in Sociology from Louisiana State University, Funderburke worked for the Louisiana Welfare Department across river from his home of Baton Rouge. Navigating a land of old antebellum homes, slave cabins, sugar cane plantations, swamps, and bayous he became intimately familiar with the landscape that would later fill his works of fiction. He spent another year working across the river from New Orleans as well.

Most of his work with the state was in probation and parole midnight arrest runs, scuffling with men intent on not heading to jail, participating in investigations. This work proved the foundation for his Dylan St. John character and has been fodder for the authentic mysteries enjoyed by many.

A protégé of Gilbert Morris, Funderburke continues his ministry of Christian Fiction in Louisiana where he lives with his wife, Helen, and their daughter.

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