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Finding Fred
     

Finding Fred

by Timothy Smith
 

In a memoir of resilience and grief, Smith chronicles the remarkable discovery of the truth about his father's life and death.

At the age of sixty-two, a lifetime's questioning of self and family stories is brought to conclusion through a remarkable series of events made possible by the internet and a certain serendipity.

Smith has taken the story of

Overview

In a memoir of resilience and grief, Smith chronicles the remarkable discovery of the truth about his father's life and death.

At the age of sixty-two, a lifetime's questioning of self and family stories is brought to conclusion through a remarkable series of events made possible by the internet and a certain serendipity.

Smith has taken the story of his father's untimely death, and woven it into a story of personal and familial struggles to survive in a difficult and often threatening world.

Resilience, strength, and serendipity come together as key elements in a touching story of one man's search for his father, his family and himself.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940011547331
Publisher:
Timothy Smith
Publication date:
09/23/2011
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
728 KB

Meet the Author

Born May 11, 1948 in Orlando, FL. Tim grew up in Long Beach, California attending Millikan H.S. and Long Beach City College. He attended U.C. Berkeley majoring in Philosophy and graduated summa cum laude from Long Beach State with a BA in that discipline. He also holds a MS from Chapman University in Organizational Development. Tim has lived and worked in many places. His broad and eclectic background provide the background for his writing and commercial endeavors. Able to bridge distances between individuals and groups, he is sought after as a advisor/coach/consultant by leaders seeking experienced counsel. Tim began writing poetry in 1975 and has published several volumes as well as having contributed to anthologies. As well, he is co-author of The Limerick Homer (the Iliad and Odyssey in limerick form) and The Greatest Little Transformation Book You'll Ever Read. Different Waters is his latest work of poetry available from Owl Oak Press.

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