Streams of Yesterday by W. H. Harrod

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Will Clayton - estranged from his family and former friends - sits alone atop a rest stop pinic table by a lonely highway in central Kansas. Only a pack of Zingers, a bottle of water, and the hot midday sun keep him company. At fifty-five years of age, the burnt out and disilluisoned modern day nomad questions his roving lifestyle. Deciding a change is necessary, Will returns to a small town where he becomes involved in the community's problems and much to his surprise, starts to care about many of the colorful local citizens and their endangered way of life. An ensemble of odd characters join Will in his misadventures as they endeavor to resist the rising tide of political corruption and corporate greed threatening to destroy the community. Will begins to feal more at home among the local characters, but do the locals appreciate all his hard work and will they accept him as one of their own? Streams of Yesterday is a modern day tale that weaves humor and friendship admist a background of extreme economic and social upheaval in a small farm community.

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Published December 20, 2011 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 398 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Political & Social Sciences, Humor & Entertainment. Fiction

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