Honey and Leonard are in their seventies when they fall in love. Leonard is in the early stages of Alzheimer's and Honey thinks her love will cure him. When their heirs try to keep them apart, they flee to France in violation of court orders. Pursued by police, press, and private investigators, they become an international media sentation. In a time just before cell phones and the Internet, they become the Bonnie and Clyde of love. Their whirlwind romance encompasses arsenic poisoning, edler law, Alzheimer's, an Eiffel Tower arest, and a Paris jail break. And through it all Honey is in the middle of the difficult process of discovering that love does not conquer all. Or does it?
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About the Author
Mark Paul Smith has been a trial attorney for 37 years. Before law school, he played in a rock band in New Orleans, which became the inspiration for his novel "Rock and Roll Voodoo." His second book "Honey and Leonard," comes straight out of his law practice. A third book, "The Hitchhike," is a memoir of an officer in the Air Force hitchhiking around the world and coming back a conscientious objector. He and his wife, the artist Jody Hemphill Smith, own Castle Gallery Fine Arts in Fort Wayne, Indiana