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INTO THE SKID

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by J. H. Trumble

Patrick Bowman and Isaiah Sage grew up together in Henry Sage’s barber shop, surrounded by love and stability of family. But they weren’t Patrick’s family. Over the years, as the boys grew close, then closer, Patrick’s longing for a family to call his own grew too. It was a different time, though, and he couldn’t see a future with Isaiah. On the cusp of adulthood, in the dark of night, fuelled by a desperate need, Patrick fled.
Now, fifteen years later, Patrick’s carefully constructed life is falling apart. When back-to-back tragedies draw him back into Isaiah’s world, he finds himself torn between the life he thought he wanted and the happiness he was willing to sacrifice to get it.

334 pages, paperback

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Author J. H. Trumble
Publishers CreateSpace
Year of Publication 2016

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INTO THE SKID
J. H. Trumble

Patrick Bowman and Isaiah Sage grew up together in Henry Sage’s barber shop, surrounded by love and stability of family. But they weren’t Patrick’s family. Over the years, as the boys grew close, then closer, Patrick’s longing for a family to call his own grew too. It was a different time, though, and he couldn’t see a future with Isaiah. On the cusp of adulthood, in the dark of night, fuelled by a desperate need, Patrick fled.
Now, fifteen years later, Patrick’s carefully constructed life is falling apart. His company is under investigation, his marriage to Liz is becoming increasingly strained, and his son Wes is struggling with depression. When back-to-back tragedies draw him back into Isaiah’s world, he finds himself torn between the life he thought he wanted and the happiness he was willing to sacrifice to get it.

334 pages, paperback

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INTO THE SKID

INTO THE SKID

by J. H. Trumble

Patrick Bowman and Isaiah Sage grew up together in Henry Sage’s barber shop, surrounded by love and stability of family. But they weren’t Patrick’s family. Over the years, as the boys grew close, then closer, Patrick’s longing for a family to call his own grew too. It was a different time, though, and he couldn’t see a future with Isaiah. On the cusp of adulthood, in the dark of night, fuelled by a desperate need, Patrick fled.
Now, fifteen years later, Patrick’s carefully constructed life is falling apart. When back-to-back tragedies draw him back into Isaiah’s world, he finds himself torn between the life he thought he wanted and the happiness he was willing to sacrifice to get it.

334 pages, paperback