The Last American Martyr by Tom Winton

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Thomas Soles has had it! Sick and tired of watching so many families lose their "Dream" because of Corporate America's insatiable lust for profit, the unemployed doorman writes a book about the tragedy.
 
Working folks all over the world adore the book. Overnight it becomes a huge international bestseller and a year later earns the unlikely candidate a Nobel Prize. But not everybody is happy. When Soles and his wife return home from Stockholm with the coveted award they find the walls of their modest apartment riddled with messages--death threats--written in blood.
 
Thomas and Elaina then flee across America in an RV. All they want is to stay alive and find a place where they can live in peace. But will that happen? Or will The Last American Martyr pay the ultimate price for revealing the truth?   
 

About Tom Winton

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Tom Winton was born and raised in New York City. During his working career, he has done everything from working on a railroad gang in the Colorado Rockies to driving a taxicab in Manhattan. He has also been a mailman, a salesman, an entrepreneur and more. Now retired, Tom lives in Hobe Sound, Florida, with his wife Blanche and their ill-tempered but loveable Jack Russell Terrier, Ginger. They spend part of their time in Carmel, Maine. The Kindle version of Tom's first novel, Beyond Nostalgia, has been on four Amazon Best Seller lists at the same time. He is now seeking an agent or publisher for it and his recently completed second novel, The Last American Martyr. As Beyond Nostalgia was in 2011, The Last American Martyr is now a finalist for Random House's "2012 Book of the Year.
 
Published August 7, 2011 by Tom Winton. 195 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Romance, Action & Adventure. Non-fiction

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(Tornadoes have become my newest fear over the summer, and I have spent a great deal of time researching them in an attempt to assuage my fear.) I also could not believe how, no matter what he did, Soles did not fool anyone into believing he was anyone other than himself.

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