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A Terrible Logic

Sanger, S. L.

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ISBN 10: 1480257753 / ISBN 13: 9781480257757
Published by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Condition: Fine Soft cover
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1480257753 Trade paperback, 2012, clean/tight, SIGNED by S.L. Sanger otherwise unmarked and defect free (like New); bubble-wrapped and mailed in a BOX with free delivery confirmation. NOTE: Included is a letter by Sanger to author Janet Malcolm (The Journalist and The Murderer) in which he thanks her for her support. Bookseller Inventory # 70307

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Title: A Terrible Logic

Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform

Binding: PAPERBACK

Book Condition:Fine

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A divorced father named Bill Smith with four young daughters agonizes over his situation -- which he considers maddeningly unfair. He feels victimized by his ex-wife Ann and “a courthouse gang” of judges and social workers. He refers to the judges “as clowns in black robes.” What he wants is something impossible -- to be left alone to raise his girls. Above all, Smith is bedeviled by an intense belief that the main obstacle to a happy and productive future for the girls he adores is their mother, as well as her lifestyle and close friends. On a rainy and chilly night in March while sitting alone at the kitchen table in his home up a canyon in the tree fruit country of central Washington, Smith resolves his problem. He decides, reluctantly, on a solution and a course of action -- not forced by anger, jealousy, betrayal or madness, he says, but by love.

About the Author:

S.L. Sanger is an ex-newspaper reporter and Associated Press writer, and in more recent years an occasional writer of magazine articles. He spends most of his time in the state of Washington, but enjoys frequent visits to Montana and California, sometimes Iowa. He is the author of Working on the Bomb, an oral history of the plutonium works at Hanford, Washington, during World War II, and Cedar County, a memoir of Iowa.

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