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Jack Canon-All In a Complete Mainstream Fiction

August 29, 2012

My Novel is finally completed.

What does it really take to win the highest office? Wolves come bearing gifts, villains seek to control; can the powerful to be used and then abandoned? Billionaire Financiers, the Supreme Court, even the current President; creepy and corrupt, malefactor’s all, attempt to derail the campaign. Will they exploit Jack’s greatest weakness, his kind heart?

A story that must be told…
The longest recession in history has left ordinary Americans hurting, millions have lost their homes. People are hungry, some are freezing. The rich have gotten richer and wealth is concentrated in the hands of a few. Senator Jack Canon, a rising star in Washington, knows he can make a difference…but at what price?

We meet Jack at the tender age of ten when his parents take him on a missionary trip to Africa; he sees great injustice that forever molds and drives his life’s purpose. We join a present day quest for the White House; flashing back through the lens of life, to first love, coming of age and privilege. Thematic struggles, the compromise of ideals, a reckoning; how far is he willing to go? Each dilemma has us choosing, a twist on the classic tale of good verses evil; would we have the courage to risk it all for the greater good?

Take the journey of a man whose charisma, charm and good looks earn him a fanatic following; still he takes the time to listen, love and help his friends. Crime and corruption interlaced with tender moments, relationship and the hectic life on the campaign trail. The pace is quick, we can hardly wait to see what happens next…
Watch as Jack and Lisa, one of his loyal staffers, are greeted by a beautiful woman at an upscale hair salon…
Close up her face looked smooth as silk like she was in soft focus. Her delicate features reminded me of a new fawn with giant eyes and a turned up nose. I thought the lighting must be magnificent in here so I looked over at Lisa to test the theory.
Lisa shot me a look like ‘don’t you dare compare me to her.’ It wasn’t the lighting.

This heartfelt story will have you laughing and crying, fill you with joy, get your heart pounding, even make you angry; as you find yourself routing for Jack!

My Dad and Mom were artists, my father painted and my mother wrote poetry and loved to garden. Most Saturdays we loaded up the 1970 Chevy Impala to trek to a one man show somewhere or other. I took a different track graduating with a business degree; owning and operating an Award Winning Franchise. Currently a professional manager I am living in Florida with my beautiful wife and children, following my passion.



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