I Never Played Catch with My Father
To Jim's dismay, he discovers that fame and fortune are not enough to insulate him from his new realities. But, how can this be? He has always relied on his power and wealth to establish and maintain order in his life. What now? And why is he still haunted by the terrible events of July 6, 1960? Throughout Jim's ordeal, Alise suffers with him. Alise - beautiful, brilliant, successful woman whose caring and support is so vital to Jim's existence. How can he let her know that the man she sees as a tower of strength is being confounded by fear and uncertainty? Jim Phalen is about to confront the most difficult time of his life. No matter what happens, he and those who love him - will never be the same.
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I Never Played Catch with My Father: 20th Anniversary Edition
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