Pure Gold

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Trafford Publishing, 2004 - Fiction - 256 pages
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Ninety-year-old Mary Morrison is getting younger every day, and her Alzheimer's and arthritis are in complete remission. Mary looks, acts and feels like an eight-year-old, and her antics are driving her children crazy. She is one of the eleven people who have been affected by newly-discovered "biotectanium". Pure Gold chronicles the discovery of this element derived from gold and the lives of those whom it has given the opportunity to relive their childhood.


 

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Contents

Chapter 1
3
Chapter 2
11
Chapter 3
17
Chapter 4
27
Chapter 5
33
Chapter 6
44
Chapter 7
52
Chapter 8
62
Chapter 14
129
Chapter 15
137
Chapter 16
146
Chapter 17
158
Chapter 18
168
Chapter 19
187
Chapter 20
196
Chapter 21
213

Chapter 9
71
Chapter 10
82
Chapter 11
95
Chapter 12
103
Chapter 13
109
Chapter 22
226
Chapter 23
232
Chapter 24
241
The Final Chapter
255
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About the author (2004)

Born in Aurora, Illinois, during World War II, Jerry Hanson grew up on a dairy farm in rural Yorkville. As a teenager he worked as a bank teller and as a printer's devil for a weekly newspaper. After four years in the U.S. Air Force, he returned to Yorkville and a job at the bank. At age 52 he retired from the banking business with a list of things he wanted to experience. He has since studied Anthropology at Northern Illinois University, driven an eighteen wheeler from coast to coast, toured the U.S. on a Harley Davidson and written four novels. Hanson is a licensed pilot and is currently enjoying the role of author.

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