Harold's Garden by Shel Weissman
Collection of Short Stories

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When Harold is faced with an untimely retirement, his cautious life begins to unravel. His wife demands a chance to create a place for herself, while their peaceful neighborhood is thrust into a perilous struggle between racial groups. Harold retreats to his oasis, the gardens that has been his save haven and salvation since childhood.
Shel Weissman is a writer who is compassionate and honest in revealing the tragedy of his characters, and their moral awakening. He has a unique intuition and subtlety about their character, and often astonished over their ability to take back their lives in the face of overwhelming odds. The collection of stories is poignant, entertaining, and refreshing.
 

About Shel Weissman

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Shel Weissman writes about individual suffering, their battle for survival, and use of empowerment to change their lives. His experiences in the mental health profession are reflected in the characters and circumstances in his stories. The author lives with Claire, his wife of forty-five years in northern California.
 
Published March 7, 2011 by AuthorHouse. 204 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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