Tattered Pilgrims

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iUniverse, Sep 11, 2001 - Fiction - 404 pages
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How do YOU react when you see a homeless person?

Your answer may change after you read this novel.

Travel along with with Japhy Righter, a 34-year old homeless alcoholic, who now finds himself living on the streets of River City, where the City Council is trying to shut down programs that are striving to help homeless people.

At the same time, there’s a serial murderer on the loose in River City―who is preying on its homeless residents.

Follow Japhy, his companions, and the other citizens of River City on a journey of hardship, and regret; and yet, ultimately: hope…

“I saw more and more homeless people, walking the same path. To me, we looked like tattered pilgrims, making our way to a shrine after a long, arduous journey―only without the promise of blessedness.” —(From the Introduction)

The author’s earlier novel, Work, Death & Taxes, is an apocalyptic murder mystery of the near future that asks the question, “What would it be like if your JOB became your LIFE?” He is currently working on a non-fiction book.

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