About The Book
Frank Baldwin, a bitter and disillusioned young man, accepts a temporary job at a remote cottage on the California coast. His quest for happiness is threatened, though, when he meets Sylvia, a beautiful young woman from a mysterious family. Soon, Frank finds himself torn between his love for this woman and the fear of where their relationship will lead.
The summer on the beach turns into a time of torment as the story races toward the plot-twisting conclusion. In one explosive moment, Sylvia is tragically taken from Frank forever, or so he believes...
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The Corner Window has already received considerable critical acclaim, having been hailed as “an intriguing coming of age story” by judges in the 19th Annual Writer's Digest Self-Published Book Awards.
The Corner Window (CreateSpace, ISBN: 9781456546847, 194 pp., $10.99) is available from Amazon.com, Barnesandnoble.com, and retail outlets worldwide.
About The Author
“I developed an early interest in writing from reading the novels of Mark Twain and Zane Gray. The first two books I ever read were Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn. Westerns were very popular during this period, and I was thrilled to read Riders of the Purple Sage and other Zane Gray classics. I still have a great fondness for westerns, although the genre is not as popular as it once was. I consider Lonesome Dove by Larry McMurty to be the greatest western novel I have ever read.
My first attempt at writing was a novel entitled The Circling Eagle. I kept it on the shelf for a time. My first self-published work was Letters From Abigail, followed by No Man's Home. Nora’s Song, The Magnolias Still Bloom, and Ballinger's Lake. Those works were followed by The Circling Eagle, The Saigon Connection, and The Corner Window.”
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