Lucky Man

Lucky Man

by Kenneth George

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Overview

John Fletcher is a Control Engineer, who feels that Life has passed him by. He was forced to give up a job that he loved and settled for a regular wage and a pension. He doesn't like what he has become. Caroline, his wife has shown a talent for management in the charity sector. John is unhappy that the job seems to have taken his wife away but when he sees someone else pawing her at a presentation, he realises that it isn't just the job that has claimed her. In a state of emotional turmoil, he crashes his car and is left paralysed. He tells Caroline that he knows and that he is not coming home.
Part 2 finds John Walking again and becoming a celebrity because of his involvement in the development of a bionic arm. When he is presenting a paper on control systems, in London, he is ambushed by Caroline. She pretends that she wants his approval to take a job close to where he lived. She is really trying hard to reconcile. John is tempted, but her all-out approach convinces him that she is not being wholly truthful. He is deeply unhappy about it but is convinced there is no way back. He is comforted by his attractive deputy from work.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940153053707
Publisher: Kenneth George
Publication date: 06/01/2016
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 395,897
File size: 138 KB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Kenneth George was born in Ashford Common Middlesex, more years ago than he cares to remember. In the 1980s he wrote, part-time for one of the computer magazines that were popular at the time. That ended when the publication folded. When he retired he returned to writing, fiction this time, writing for a number of websites. Two of his stories were "Cherry Picked" by ABCtales.com and his story "Two Widows" won the Shaftesbury Story Slam 2016. He has now produced four books and is working on a fourth. He currently lives in the most northerly town in Dorset.

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