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The Secrets of Clayton County

by Don Wooldridge  US United States

March 28, 2013   |    750 reads    |   0 comments

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The Secrets of Clayton County (book image did not load)Romance, intricately woven into the tale, helps drive the reader onward. This read is more fully enjoyed and understood by readers having experienced or anticipated living in rural America. Told in a series of vignettes, IRS Agent, Sara Hunter experiences bartering 1980's style, an unexpected romance, and awareness that life is not glaring as shown in IRS rules and regulations.
The Secrets of Clayton County is the first in a three-series book | story.  Each character is representative of America's growing pains... particularly those of rural America... ea ch community being drawn together through rather unusual activities, some of which are frowned upon by big government.  The suspense builds as lovely Sarah Hunter pursues the truth and is forced to deal with men...
the one she left behind in Chicago and the myriad men of Clayton: one who saved her life, another who fired her passion and with the suspense building, one who offered a precious gift meant for another woman.
The secrets lie within Sarah's personal experiences and those of the community... many of which are known only by one shadow-protected man. In the end, it her decisions and the ability to keep secrets that will prevent the government from its potential destruction.

About The Author

Each of the Clayton County Trilogy books is written from a genuine sense of knowing the community; author, Don Wooldridge, born and raised in Davenport, Iowa, and lived in the Mississippi River Valley for over 30 years.  Grateful for the privilege of living along the Mississippi river, as a writer Don remembers the people of the small river communities and shares their faith that small town values and lifestyle will be everlasting.

Don’s education spans from Southwest Texas State University in San Marcos, Texas to Rutgers... more

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