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The Three Dollar Phoenix
     

The Three Dollar Phoenix

by Walt Sautter
 

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Could it have happened? Or did it really happen? Answer these questions for yourself after you’ve read "The Three Dollar Phoenix".
Doctor Ed Bennett meets with an old college buddy and his life is changes forever.
He abandons his work at his urban health clinic and embarks on a mission that requires him to confront powerful people.

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Could it have happened? Or did it really happen? Answer these questions for yourself after you’ve read "The Three Dollar Phoenix".
Doctor Ed Bennett meets with an old college buddy and his life is changes forever.
He abandons his work at his urban health clinic and embarks on a mission that requires him to confront powerful people.
This sports related mystery will keep you turning the pages (electronically of course).
Do good guys always win? Do bad guys always lose?
Read "The Three Dollar Phoenix" and you decide.

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G. Toad
This book has a great premise. The story is well thought out and I really enjoyed it.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940013034921
Publisher:
walt sautter
Publication date:
08/22/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
516 KB

Meet the Author

Walt Sautter. I have taught chemistry and physics for forty years and am have been retired for nine years. Additionally, I coached wrestling for seventeen years. I have been married to for forty-two years and have two children.
All of this has absolutely nothing to do with my writing! Here’s what does.
When I was still teaching, many times I heard complaints from my colleagues in the English department about the poor writing skills of their students. Many times, these comments were voiced in an arrogant, condescending tone and that always bothered me. I felt if they all knew how to write well, then they wouldn’t need a teacher. It was the teacher’s job to help improve their skills, not continually complain about them.
I was frequently tempted to reply with “Well what have you written?” Of course I never did, because I feared their possible reply, “You haven’t written anything either?”
That thought became my motivation to write “The Three Dollar Phoenix” just so I could answer their anticipated retort with, “Yes I have, I’ve written a book!”
After I finished “The Three Dollar Phoenix”, I found that I really enjoyed writing and continued to write.
I have also written, "Sticks - A Golfer's Tale", "Coach", "Fish Farm", "The Divine Comedy MMIX" and “The Blood of Judas”.

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