Road to Boleo

Author: Gary Ross Watkins


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An intense adventure/romance fictional account of Ernest Heminway, beginning with the factual incident of the author's lost manuscript in 1923, from a train station north of Paris. The manuscript's secrets are learned by a Wyoming journalist who travels to Paris in 1973 to learn more of the lost writings presented here in "Road to Boleo". An exciting, romantic love story that travels to the Basque village of Boleo, Spain during the rise of right wing forces, that spawns veteran Hemingway's quest in 1921, to be in the arms of his irresistible lover, Maria.

Gary Ross Watkins, a Viet Nam veteran (B.A. Sociology/Psychology, San Diego State, B.A. Education, U of Manitoba, M.A. Sociology U of Man.) from Winnipeg, Manitoba left home at 18 to join US military, and through education and yearning to understand human behaviour he tried to find his way "home" again. Today as a retired teacher he spends his time traveling the countryside, with his dog, meeting folks from the heartland, who give him a sense of worthiness and purpose to this great human struggle.

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Black & White

Pages: 88 | Trim Size: 6x9

Genre: Fiction

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