Always Third Best

Front Cover, Jun 7, 2008 - Fiction - 476 pages
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After a few weeks of marriage, Paul Carter, in a rage of temper, walks out. He returns to singing, and is asked to join a band. During this time, he entertains the disabled, and is praised for it. However, as his career takes off, and after a disurbing TV debate, he is disgraced for doing so.

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