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1492180483
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Framed, But Not Forgotten

Framed, But Not Forgotten

by Michael McManus

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Overview

Framed is a story about a man coming to terms with more than one tragedy. A widower for two and a half years, he is close to being convicted of a murder. Left to his own defenses, he would probably end up a prisoner of himself and the state for the rest of his life, but when two women and a girl come to his defenses, he decides to stand and fight. Fight for his life and his future.


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ISBN-13: 9781492180487
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 08/16/2013
Pages: 168
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.36(d)

About the Author

I grew up in Southern California in the 60s, a very exciting and somewhat turbulent time. After one year of college I entered the US Army and served in Germany for two years. While most of my friends were fighting in Southeast Asia in the early 70s, I was posing a threat to the Soviets, at times almost on their doorstep. Since they never invaded Germany, at least not while I was there, I must surmise that they took my menacing proximity not lightly.
After my hitch in the Army, I met my beautiful wife, Ingrid, and together we started our family. A couple of years later our one and only (and perfect) child was born. Lisa Christine McManus (now Lisa Schomas) - an associate producer on the TV show "Castle" - lives in "The Valley" and has a young family of her own. One of the joys in life is to have a wonderful partner with whom you can make babies and then watch them grow. A great portion of my life has been dedicated to that end.
Along the way I found spare moments, hours and even days to write. My experiences with the written word started with ghost stories and tales about rocket ships when I was a teen, and meandered into poetry and short stories about young love when I entered adulthood. Somewhere after my fortieth birthday I began writing novels. There have been five in all, two of which I have published. I hope there are many more. The greatest gift one can give to another is entertainment, diversion from the rote of normal life. If I can give a few moments distraction to someone, with possibly a smile or a tear, I have met my goal. My treasure is my storytelling. May you all be my heirs.

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