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Battling Obesity with a Bossy Blonde and a Rhyming Assassin

Battling Obesity with a Bossy Blonde and a Rhyming Assassin

by William Mathis
     
 

While trying to avoid dealing with his dramatic weight gain, Keith encounters a series of confrontational characters who use food rhymes to give blunt diet advice. His doctor friend Charlie, a dazzling and dominating blue-eyed blonde counselor, and a threatening enforcer send a tough message that motivates and frightens Keith. Can he achieve and maintain a healthy

Overview

While trying to avoid dealing with his dramatic weight gain, Keith encounters a series of confrontational characters who use food rhymes to give blunt diet advice. His doctor friend Charlie, a dazzling and dominating blue-eyed blonde counselor, and a threatening enforcer send a tough message that motivates and frightens Keith. Can he achieve and maintain a healthy weight? His life depends on it.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940033270378
Publisher:
William Mathis
Publication date:
06/01/2012
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
165 KB

Meet the Author

William Mathis was born in Chattanooga and grew up near the two major battlefields featured in Chickamauga Dreaming: A Novel on the Civil War's Enduring Impact.

Although he moved to British Columbia after marrying a Canadian, the author's continuing fascination with the complex historical and geographical character of Chattanooga resonates in his novel. The numerous monuments and markers that visibly reflect the Chattanooga area's heritage inspired Mathis to probe the psychological and emotional connections between the modern South and the Civil War.

His second novel, Baseball Card War, is a mystery also set in Chattanooga. The new novel features some of the same characters that appear in Chickamauga Dreaming. They are years older and still under the influence of the Civil War, but taking on a new challenge to help solve a serial murder case in modern-day Chattanooga.

Most of the stories in the Love and Deceit collection are also set in the South, reflecting the author's attachment to people and places there.

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