Pepperman's Promise: Prequel to The Pepperman Mystery Series

Pepperman's Promise: Prequel to The Pepperman Mystery Series

by Bill Briscoe

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One life ended in tragedy. Another challenged by a promise. Will a teen's twenty-year journey to make his dad proud change him into the man he's meant to be?
In 1966, Jim Pepperman comes home from practice to the news that his dad has died in an oil rig accident. Not only has the high school football star lost his mentor and best friend, but when his mom moves the family from Texas to New Jersey, he's forced to say goodbye to his home, his team, and his chance for a football scholarship.
Facing senior year in a new school with no friends, Jim struggles to keep the promise he made after his dad died to be a substitute father for his two younger sisters and a shoulder for his mom. But stepping into his dad's shoes at seventeen feels impossible, the same way giving up the dream to play pro ball is harder than Jim thought. And senior year is just the beginning.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940161907122
Publisher: Bill Briscoe
Publication date: 08/11/2018
Series: The Pepperman Mystery Series
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 222,126
File size: 3 MB

About the Author

Bill Briscoe grew up in the oil and gas refinery town of Phillips in the Texas Panhandle. Bill describes it as the perfect place to grow up.
After graduating from college with a Master’s Degree in Education, he spent most of his career working for a major insurance company as an agency manager and consultant.
When he’s not writing, Bill spends time enjoying various hobbies, including going to sports venues across the country. Bill has seen baseball games at Wrigley Field in Chicago, Camden Yards in Baltimore, as well as St. Louis and Arlington. One especially memorable trip was to South Bend, Indiana, to watch a Notre Dame football game. He has also attended college football games at Baylor, the University of Texas, Texas Tech, Ole Miss, and the University of Oklahoma.

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