But God, I’M Only Eighteen: John

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WestBow Press, Aug 7, 2012 - Family & Relationships - 246 pages

John assumes responsibility for his family and the farm after the death of his father in a farm accident. Later, his mentor grandfather died, making his future college education uncertain. Even so, through a tragedy with a nearby family and the girl he cares for, he realizes that he can become a policeman and still meet the work demands of the farm and family.

He talks his two younger brothers and a friend into becoming policemen also, saying, One bad cop can be replaced with four good ones.

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About the author (2012)

Elizabeth Grace Jung is a senior citizen with roots in the responsibilities of farm life. She attended Tennessee Temple and Southeast Missouri Universities; she is a church librarian, organist, pianist, and Sunday school teacher. She is married to an ophthalmologist, and they have four children, ten grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.

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