The brother’s witty, playful correspondence is punctuated by the occasional conflict. They correspond about marriage, religion, divorce, children, the school district’s views on Catcher in the Rye, the demands of the PhD program at Harvard, Howard Cosell, and John Wooden’s UCLA Bruin basketball juggernaut, and more. The novel reveals lives of humor and pathos, drama and sadness, and offers readers some universal insights into the human condition.
“Mr. Bothwell used his real-life letters as a basis for the novel. The evolving relationship between brothers, recreated through letters to create a novel, will fascinate readers. We come to like these guys, as we eavesdrop on their dialogue, and feel a new appreciation for the powerful bonds of family,” said Nancy Barnes, editor of Stories To Tell.
Bruce Bothwell’s book Brothers for Life Volume II: The 1970s is available on Amazon at http://www.amazon.com/
Volume I: The 1960s is available on Publish America at http://www.publishamerica.net/
Bruce Bothwell can be contacted at bruce64bothwell@
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Stories To Tell is a team of editors and book designers who help authors to publish memoirs and family history books. With Stories To Tell, any author can enjoy the creative process of writing and successfully self publish their book.