HOW CAN JACK MCNAMARA OVERCOME HIS WRITER’S BLOCK AND HIS LIFE’S PATH THAT PARALLELS HEMINGWAY’S. HIS FATHER SCORNED HIM FOR WANTING TO WRITE AND TOLD HIM FROM DAY ONE HE WOULD END UP JUST LIKE HEMINGWAY – AS HE SEES HIS LIFE SPIRALING IN THAT DIRECTION, HE SEEKS HELP AND CONFRONTS HIS PAST SO HE CAN FREE HIMSELF AND MOVE ON. A GOOD STORY THAT WILL MAKE YOU WANT TO READ MORE IN THE SERIES!
Reynolds and Ryan Publishing paid best-selling author, Jack McNamara, more than a million dollars in advanced royalties for three action-adventure novels. Only one problem: Jack cannot write a single word. Devastatingly depressed and hopelessly blocked Jack embarks on a personal journey back to the summer of 1961 when three childhood events created a psychological time-bomb that, thirty-five years later, threatened to destroy his marriage and end his writing career.
Vibrant characters, settings like Charleston, Savannah and Key West and a tightly wound plot make this novel a “must read.” The Song of the Mockingbird is Bill Cronin’s second novel following five-star reviews for his first novel “Dial Tone.”
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