Earth: the Salvage Game: Lunacy and Lobotomy in the Leadbelt

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AuthorHouse, Jul 31, 2012 - Fiction - 480 pages
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When Charles, a 72 year old retired truck driver arrives in Farmington to try to find his son, who had been committed to the local mental institution 40 years ago, he runs into a strange meth addict who promises to help him find his son, dead or alive. He finds himself in graveyards late at night and in abandoned lead mines, but the truth emerges when he enters a log cabin inhabited by an old man with no tongue, an old man who despises his new-found friend. When he discovers a strange group of people living in an abandoned mine, his life will never be the same.

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About the author (2012)

Leo Heller is a graduate of the School of Hard Knocks. He was a construction contractor for nearly 30 years. After sustaining a life-altering injury, he began writing about his life-long passion: The Planet Earth and the Humans who inhabit it. After spending a lifetime as a philospher, he began conducting research to try to understand why Humanity and Earth are in such a terrible state. He lives with his wife and dog and cat on a small farm in St. Francois County, Missouri.

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