Gregg, a top-notch journalist and Christian community leader in a small town faces a wrenching moral struggle to speak the truth and help others. His actions encounter fierce social and political pressures, leading to job loss and a crumbling marriage. Life's "ironic trap" means that if Gregg remains true to himself he loses social status -- he is viewed as an intruder into the existing system. Gregg's story is a painful lesson in life and morality for all of us in our efforts to climb the ladder of success.
Readers should note that the novel was discovered after the author passed away and remains in draft form.
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About the Author
The author, W.H. Rogers (1924-2010), was a veteran of World War II (European Theatre, 3rd Army) and the Korean War. He also led a successful career as a public relations writer and executive for 40 years.