Blue's Coach Works

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Creative Arts Book Company, Sep 1, 2000 - Fiction - 208 pages
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Martha and Ned D'amour were, by all appearances, a successful couple. They had a dream house and enough money to travel and entertain. But they neglected their son Ryan, who had a compulsive attraction to fast and stolen cars, and lived with his friend Blue in the most dangerous part of town.

Suddenly, Ned's company is in trouble with the Environmental Protection Agency, his bank account is being depleted from lawsuits, and his marriage is falling apart. Then Ryan calls for help, and Ned can't ignore him. This is a story of a family that reorganixes itself in spite of everything, and how Ryan, Ned and Martha are able to find friends where they least expected them.

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Graham earned his BA and Masters in English from Columbia University and the University of Vermont, respectively.

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