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In the novella Playing Mac, Stan doesn't know why he's auditioning for a community theater production of 42nd Street. Maybe it's because his wife wants a divorce, his oldest son feels awkward around him, and his youngest son isn't even talking. Maybe Stan just wants a fresh start, a new beginning. Whatever his initial motivation to act, Stan finds himself transformed through his theater experience. In playing Mac, Stan discovers a second family. He finds friendship, fellowship, and romance with Ciara, a woman half his age. He's given a second chance in love and family, but will that promising future with Ciara be obscured by the past? This book also features eight other "scenes," character-driven short stories with a lot of heart.
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.40(d)|
About the Author
Grant Tracey is the author of Parallel Lines and the Hockey Universe, also by Pocol Press. When he's not teaching and writing, he's busy with hockey, rock music, and living vicariously in the world of film noir.