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The Way Home

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When Max Kelly's grandfather dies, his parents' marriage breaks apart as well. Max, Dan, and Alicia then set out on solitary journeys of self-discovery in which the children sometimes are more mature than the adults. Dan's mistake comes with sex. Alicia's comes with probing too deeply into her family's past. Max's comes with volunteering at an old age home where the medica ...more
Hardcover, 367 pages
Published by Daybue Publishing (first published May 12th 2011)
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I began reading intensively when I was 10 or so and writing intensively when I was about 15 or 16. I studied literature and writing at Princeton (undergraduate) and Johns Hopkins (graduate) and then spent two decades earning a living as a diplomat. During that time, I wrote on the side, publishing short stories in little magazines. In my fifties, I was able to retire--sort of--and published my fir ...more
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