The Story of Walter White by Ron Cooper

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Richard Murray, is tricked or Shanghai'd into joining two shipmates on an ocean voyage to Seattle. Too late, he learns that the boat is a modern day pirate vessel involved in the drug trade. This trip turns into the adventure of a lifetime.

About Ron Cooper

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Ron Cooper was born in the South Carolina Low Country, where he grew up traipsing through the swamp. He received a BA in philosophy from the College of Charleston, an MA from the University of South Carolina, and a Ph.D. from Rutgers University. He moved to Florida in 1988 and since 1995 has taught at Central Florida Community College in Ocala, where he lives with his wife Sandra and their three children. With his debut novel, Hume's Fork (Bancroft Press), Ron drew comparisons to John Kennedy Toole on the way to becoming a finalist for the Bread Loaf Conference's Bakeless Literary Prize. His fiction has also appeared in publications such as Yalobusha Review, Apostrophe, Timber Creek Review, and The Blotter. Former president of the Florida Philosophical Association, Ron is also the author of Heidegger and Whitehead: A Phenomenological Examination into the Intelligibility of Experience. Ron is a bluegrass enthusiast, and he challenges anyone to play and sing worse than he does.
Published May 4, 2015 by FriesenPress. 112 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Crime, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction. Fiction