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Jack V. Eitelgeorge is a former businessman who took up writing after retirement. He has a Master's Degree in Creative Writing from Sonoma State University. He was born in Vallejo, California, and witnessed some of the events and places described in this book. "The Lady from Como" is a sequel to his earlier book, "The Meat Eaters." Both books are fiction, based on the events of the 1960s and 1970s. Most fiction is based upon facts and possible facts. This work includes both. It seeks to reinforce hope and positivity.
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The Lady from Como
by Jack V. Eitelgeorge

Overview


This story presents conflicts between romance, threats, and fears of change. It portrays the ability of people to challenge traditional restrictions and to seize the initiative in fulfilling their dreams.

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Description


"The Lady from Como" is set in 1972, when civil unrest, violence, and crime in the United States raged. The rest of the world had these problems too, but in the U. S. they had exploded markedly after World War II—it was chaos. Much of the world seemed to take the problem of crime as a fact of life, believing that wherever there are societies, there will be crimes. And that is true. But in the United States, something had to be done to challenge the unprecedented rise in crime rates. This story presents conflicts between romance, threats, and fears of change. It portrays the ability of people to challenge traditional restrictions and to seize the initiative in fulfilling their dreams. It also illustrates the power of love, and the strength it brings to people once they find it. It motivates people to move on and create their own happiness.
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Overview


This story presents conflicts between romance, threats, and fears of change. It portrays the ability of people to challenge traditional restrictions and to seize the initiative in fulfilling their dreams.

Read more

Description


"The Lady from Como" is set in 1972, when civil unrest, violence, and crime in the United States raged. The rest of the world had these problems too, but in the U. S. they had exploded markedly after World War II—it was chaos. Much of the world seemed to take the problem of crime as a fact of life, believing that wherever there are societies, there will be crimes. And that is true. But in the United States, something had to be done to challenge the unprecedented rise in crime rates. This story presents conflicts between romance, threats, and fears of change. It portrays the ability of people to challenge traditional restrictions and to seize the initiative in fulfilling their dreams. It also illustrates the power of love, and the strength it brings to people once they find it. It motivates people to move on and create their own happiness.

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Book details

Genre:DRAMA

Subgenre:General

Language:English

Pages:116

eBook ISBN:9781667865478

Hardcover ISBN:9781667865461


Overview


This story presents conflicts between romance, threats, and fears of change. It portrays the ability of people to challenge traditional restrictions and to seize the initiative in fulfilling their dreams.

Read more

Description


"The Lady from Como" is set in 1972, when civil unrest, violence, and crime in the United States raged. The rest of the world had these problems too, but in the U. S. they had exploded markedly after World War II—it was chaos. Much of the world seemed to take the problem of crime as a fact of life, believing that wherever there are societies, there will be crimes. And that is true. But in the United States, something had to be done to challenge the unprecedented rise in crime rates. This story presents conflicts between romance, threats, and fears of change. It portrays the ability of people to challenge traditional restrictions and to seize the initiative in fulfilling their dreams. It also illustrates the power of love, and the strength it brings to people once they find it. It motivates people to move on and create their own happiness.

Read more

About the author


Jack V. Eitelgeorge is a former businessman who took up writing after retirement. He has a Master's Degree in Creative Writing from Sonoma State University. He was born in Vallejo, California, and witnessed some of the events and places described in this book. "The Lady from Como" is a sequel to his earlier book, "The Meat Eaters." Both books are fiction, based on the events of the 1960s and 1970s. Most fiction is based upon facts and possible facts. This work includes both. It seeks to reinforce hope and positivity.

Read more
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