LP's

LP's

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by Jon Rutherford
     
 

If Gerald had known what his craving for more used LP's was about to lead to, he would have stayed at home. But then he would not have met Tony. And meeting the kid might -- or might not -- turn out to be a big improvement in Gerald's life.

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If Gerald had known what his craving for more used LP's was about to lead to, he would have stayed at home. But then he would not have met Tony. And meeting the kid might -- or might not -- turn out to be a big improvement in Gerald's life.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940032997672
Publisher:
Jon Rutherford
Publication date:
01/15/2012
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
496,094
File size:
72 KB

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Meet the Author

Jon has lived in the Midwest USA for what feels like eons. Aside from brief sorties to New York, Winnipeg, and Baja California, and a longer sojourn in France (mainly Paris), the Midwest is where he's stayed, got his own degree in French (like Ben, in "Bumps," he found it no help in getting a job), and spent his working career: basically in civil service, including fascinating and sometimes even exciting work during seven years with a large metropolitan police department, as a civilian employee. (That's where he found his respect and admiration for police officers, which is occasionally reflected in his writing.)


Interests besides writing include classical music, reading, computers, and good movies. A bicycle commuter for several years, Jon racked up over 14,000 miles in (mostly) rush-hour traffic before an inner-ear disorder sabotaged the sense of balance, and hence cycling.


For several decades he was an ardent journal writer, before unexpectedly turning to fiction as a result of taking part in NaNoWriMo in 2010 (total failure) and 2011 (winner).


(Yawn...) Time for a nap, I think.

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I've read two Rutgerford books now: this one and _The Boy Upstairs_, and they both focus on older/younger MM attraction. This is fine, but I'm hopeful that he tries other plotlines in other stories. This book is ok, but not as good as _Boy Upstairs_, although part of my judgment may be based on the repeated theme. Rutherford does a good job exploring the characters, their thoughts, and their situation in his chosen short-story format. Get the book, and enjoy the story.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Wasn't expecting that. It was different from his other books (i've read them all and i'm a huge fan:) and I enjoyed it better then the others. I recomend
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
No!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Looks up at clove. Sighs and walks back to camp.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
*she lays in the tree seeming to be limp with her eyes open* *as you walk over you feel something drop such as a raindrop* *you stick your hand out it's red; blood* *you hear a cannon*
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She rolled her light blue eyes. She soon began sharpening her claws on a nearby rock.