Bitter Sweet Water

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Wasteland Press, Oct 11, 2002 - Fiction - 296 pages
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An eight year old boy named Teddy Bergman sets out to travel to his Grandparents home in Sweet Water, Oklahoma. A trip that would change his life forever.Late one night, Teddy and his friend Chip go down to the tracks to peek in the windows of a brothel. While they peek in the window, a terrible storm was forming on the horizon. Through a bright flash of lightning, Chip sees his father?s car pulling across the railroad tracks and flees to beat him home.Meanwhile, Teddy stays glued to the window witnessing a brutal murder of a local named Daddy Jess. When Teddy flees running feverishly up the muddy hill, he slips and meets the eyes of the killer: a very prominent citizen that controls the whole town. Teddy?s Grandad, fearing for his grandson?s life, puts Teddy on a train back to Chicago to never to return. One curious little boy on a stormy rainy night...Teddy did not realize how much heartache lies ahead as the story unfolds.

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