Inner Cell

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AuthorHouse, Jun 2, 2006 - Fiction - 192 pages
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Tommy is a young boy at the age of fifteen. He has a best friend who also is at the age of fifteen, Everett. The two stick together like glue, after all, they live only a couple of houses away from each other. The two boys’ parents have known each other ever since the boys were born. Tommy’s kind of a quiet boy. Everett is a little more out-spoken, but also a little clumsy.

One day, Tommy wakes up and realizes he no longer has a best friend. As he never had a strong relationship with his father, tension fills the air. John, Tommy’s father, sees that it is up to him to understand his son and build a relationship they can grow on.

What happen to Tommy’s best friend, Everett? Where did he go? Are there secrets to be told?

Jimmy steps into their lives, and nothing will be the same. A man of mystery, a man with a past secret…


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About the author (2006)

As an author, I have written many articles for various company papers. I have had such articles as “Rick’s Poetry Corner,” “Fishing with Rick.”


I have established poems in several poetry guilds.


My first book, Heart of Hearts, has something for everyone.


It is a poem and thought book. Poems are one of the things I really enjoy writing. This of course is why it was the first.

Printed 6/12/03.



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