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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:Dystopian
  • Language:English
  • Pages:330
  • eBook ISBN:9798350960228
  • Paperback ISBN:9798350960211

Same Song, Second Verse ...

by Raymond Glenn

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Overview
David Kahn would do anything to get back into the White House. Lie, cheat, steal and even make a deal that would destroy a cornerstone of the American democracy experiment. James Whitmore, an unassuming retired country worker from Missoula, Montana, pledges to prevent Kahn from achieving his goal and since Whitmore has nothing to lose thanks to a dire medical diagnosis, he upends his life, sells everything and moves clear across the country.
Description
David Kahn would do anything to get back into the White House. Lie, cheat, steal and even make a deal that would destroy a cornerstone of the American democracy experiment. James Whitmore, an unassuming retired country worker from Missoula, Montana, pledges to prevent Kahn from achieving his goal and since Whitmore has nothing to lose thanks to a dire medical diagnosis, he upends his life, sells everything and moves clear across the country.
About the author
Raymond Glenn is a Montana-based writer with several decades of writing experience. "Same Song, Second Verse …" is Glenn's second novel. The first, "Prey For Me" was released two years ago and has enjoyed good success. Glenn bases his novels on real life situations and characters then fictionalizes them into interesting and believable stories that could actually be true. Glenn is a retired school teacher who, prior to becoming an educator, spent nearly 15 years as a newspaper reporter, writer, photographer, and editor for publications across Montana and in Washington state, Oregon, and California. While working as a reporter, Glenn had multiple stories published in newspapers across the United States as well as in Canada, and throughout western Europe. He has most been influenced by John Steinbeck and Ivan Doig, two authors with ties to Montana.