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Book details
  • Genre:DRAMA
  • SubGenre:General
  • Language:English
  • Pages:284
  • eBook ISBN:9781098371371
  • Paperback ISBN:9781098371364

Unto the Least of These . . .

by L. C. Allen

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What would your world be like if you were thrust fully grown into the world with no memory of your past? Follow Henry, a homeless man without recall of his past as he struggles for survival on the streets.
Heavy curtains shroud the past for Henry, a homeless man struggling for survival against the elements, a rogue street gang bent on his extermination, and his own mental anguish over his buried identity. Follow Henry's saga with his community under the Ninth Avenue bridge as the strange, the interesting and the exciting happens to the community.
About the author
L. C. Allen writes in the northwest hills of Connecticut secreted in a 1788 farm house with Bella his curious cat, and three of her mischievous progenies. With chewed cables and "keyboard dancing", it is a wonder any progress was possible on this book. Any errors or type-o's are to be blamed on feline intervention. He has penned several works including A Tin Full of Gold (An Al Snodgrass mystery), Black & White (a fictionalized look into racial situation in the South through the eyes of a teen from the Boston area), The Grumpy Gourmet – All the Good Food. Where It's At and Where It's Not (a compendium of restaurant reviews published originally on his web-site Verba Mea), and several short stories available for your enjoyment on Amazon. com.