The Pact by Walter J. Roers

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With honesty and compassion, The Pact examines the frustrations a young character experiences when s/he learns of the fallibility of adults. Mike, an eight-year-old boy growing up in the 1940s gains insight into the the struggles of his father and other troubled adults, the limits of love and the lasting consequences of our actions in our lives.

About Walter J. Roers

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Roers was born and raised in Minneapolis. He graduated from the University of Minnesota with a degree in psychology and served in the U.S. Navy. He has worked for the state of Minnesota for more than 30 years.
Published December 16, 2011 by New Rivers Press. 160 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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In his powerfully evoked debut, Roers portrays the childhood experiences that shape the lives of two brothers, Michael and Ron Dougherty, and their friend Ricky Stedman, during the late 1940s in Minneapolis.

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