50 year old Steven Goldman waits for Todd Holloway, a 15 year old student, to leave school, and beats him up in front of his friends. Afterwards Goldman calmly goes home to have dinner with his family while he waits for the police to arrest him. The key to his reprehensible behavior becomes apparent through a series of flashbacks to his childhood, when his family moved from a harsh Canada winter to the raw heat of Los Angeles in the early sixties.
|Publisher:||Savant Books & Publications LLC|
|Product dimensions:||5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.59(d)|
|Age Range:||12 Years|
About the Author
Larry Rodness was born in Toronto, Canada and lived there until he moved to Los Angeles with his family in the early sixties. Much of the material for his first novel, "Today I Am A Man", comes from the three years he lived there. Larry currently lives in Toronto with his wife Jodi, and their three children, Adam, Jonathan and Erin.