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A romantic tale of the big top -- in the time of the great circus trains that delivered a wild magic to the American heartland.

The year is 1935 and Jasper Grady, twelve years-old, in Wichita, Kansas flees an abusive home and casts his lot with The Greenbaugh Majestic Circus, The Miracle Colossus, where he will meet . . .

Bap, the genius clown and keeper of dark secrets . .
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Kindle Edition, 95 pages
Published July 22nd 2013
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Dennise
Apr 22, 2015 Dennise rated it really liked it
Quick, enjoyable circus tale

Good storyline with good characters. Quick but satisfying read. Would have liked the climax to have been a little more drawn out. But all in all a good read.
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I've written all sorts of things in my life -- book dust-jacket copy, film and photography criticism, scenarios for theme park attractions, screenplays. I'd say that my Kindle fiction is the first work I've ever done that was really worth a damn -- because it was the first work I ever did just for myself and for readers, without the intervention of editors or agents or executives of any kind.

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