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Xlibris Corporation, Feb 25, 2011 - Fiction - 203 pages
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A poignant account of victory for the abused and justice for the selfish. I recommend this book because it paints a valid moral statement for overcoming injustice. My thanks to the author.

Contents

Chapter 1
9
Chapter 2
15
Chapter 3
28
Chapter 4
30
Chapter 5
35
Chapter 6
41
Chapter 7
52
Chapter 8
55
Chapter 17
105
Chapter 18
111
Chapter 19
121
Chapter 20
129
Chapter 21
134
Chapter 22
143
Chapter 23
151
Chapter 24
159

Chapter 9
59
Chapter 10
66
Chapter 11
73
Chapter 12
79
Chapter 13
84
Chapter 14
89
Chapter 15
95
Chapter 16
97
Chapter 25
165
Chapter 26
169
Chapter 27
172
Chapter 28
175
Chapter 29
179
Chapter 30
189
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About the author (2011)

Nick Zules studied art history and philosophy at Columbia College and has spent his life investigating the relation between the two. Classes at the School of Visual Arts, where he studied oil painting, helped with the pragmatic approach, leading to exhibitions throughout New York, in Taos and Florida. Readings in history, sociology and a careful daily reading of the news helped develop his viewpoint. He’s combined his art efforts with writing and has managed to write over 50 short stories, a novella and is currently working on his second novel at his home on Long Island.

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