Long Time Gone

Long Time Gone

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by Richard Sanford
     
 

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An epic novel of passion, loss, and discovery set in the days that defined a generation.


Vernon Case is missing. For Cal Stewart, a disc jockey in Harriet, Mississippi, Vernon is much more than a runaway. He is the only heir of Po Case, the old man who raised Cal like a father. With an oath to bring Vernon home, Cal is caught up in the winds that whip the

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An epic novel of passion, loss, and discovery set in the days that defined a generation.


Vernon Case is missing. For Cal Stewart, a disc jockey in Harriet, Mississippi, Vernon is much more than a runaway. He is the only heir of Po Case, the old man who raised Cal like a father. With an oath to bring Vernon home, Cal is caught up in the winds that whip the American firestorm in 1968.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940033234677
Publisher:
Richard Sanford
Publication date:
05/11/2012
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Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
2 MB

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Meet the Author

Richard Sanford came of age in the sixties in a small town in the deep South suspended in time and haunted with stories. He has published novels, poetry, short stories, and a play. Today he makes his home in the Pacific Northwest.

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Long Time Gone 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
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Cal is a young man born during that indeterminate span of years between the last Depression-era babies and the first boomers. Adopted, seeking a moral compass, Cal abides by the small southern river town values of his best friend's father--until the family's younger son leaves home and the father sends Cal to bring the youth back. I've been riding along with Cal as his journey takes him to Daytona Beach, Boston, Chicago, and points west, sharing in his confusion as his perspective alters. Long Time Gone is evocative and nuanced, moody and delicately lyrical. Partly paean to the varied land- and weather-scape, partly road trip a la Kesey or Kerouac, partly history lesson, partly mind trip, the protagonist's growing awareness of what drives his friends, acquaintances, countrymen, lovers, and eventually, himself, resonates with me.