This Boy

This Boy

by F. Mark Granato

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Overview

FROM CAMELOT TO DESPAIR IN A SINGLE DECADE

In an instant, young Danny Logan fell in love with a girl and a career. Only one was faithful.

Growing up on the streets of Hartford, Connecticut's South End in the tumultuous 1960's was a challenge in itself. For Logan, it meant having sharp wits, rock solid values and pride. But when he meets a girl who captures his heart with a single glance, he is torn between the neighborhood he knows - the place where he belongs - and a world of wealth beyond his dreams in a mansion at Fenwick on the shores of Long Island Sound.

When disloyalty crushes his fantasy, he finds a new life as a newspaperman covering the violence and divisiveness of racial unrest in the City and the bloody Vietnam conflict. His journey as a reporter and editor takes him through the headlines that mark the worst of the 60's and 70's, and harden him to the harsh realities of a new world.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781537721408
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 12/01/2016
Pages: 504
Product dimensions: 8.80(w) x 6.00(h) x 1.00(d)

About the Author

F. Mark Granato's long career as a writer, journalist, novelist and communication executive in a US based, multi-national Fortune 50 corporation has provided him with extensive international experience on nearly every continent. Today he is finally fulfilling a lifetime desire to write and especially to explore the "What if?" questions of history. In addition to This Boy, he has published UNLEASHED, the story of one man's fight against a ruthless corporation, Out Of Reach: The Day Hartford Hospital Burned, an historical fiction account of the tragic 1961 fire, the acclaimed novel, Finding David, a love story chronicling the anguish of Vietnam era PTSD victims and their families, The Barn Find, chronicling the saga of a Connecticut family brought to its knees by tragedy that fights to find redemption, Of Winds and Rage, a suspense novel based on the 1938 Great New England Hurricane, Beneath His Wings: The Plot to Murder Lindbergh, and Titanic: The Final Voyage.

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