by Max Green
How would you put your life back together after it had changed from circumstances beyond your control? John Bannerman spent five years of his young life in Goulburn Prison after being jailed for a murder he didnít commit. After he was exonerated by the real murderer, who confessed to the crime on his deathbed, John had to begin the long process of claiming his life back again. Penniless, since his father had disinherited him, John began traveling from town to town, working on sheep stations in order to make his living. His wandering ended, finally, when he reached Aberdeen, the sheep station of Richard Luscomb and his daughter Alice. Aberdeen would change his life, as the people would influence him as well. But, can John ever escape his past and enjoy his future with his new family? Read Max Greenís Aberdeen, the story of one manís journey to his destiny, to find out.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Max Green is a native and resident of Australia who now lives in beautiful Adelaide. Now retired and a widower, Green has one daughter, Rosemary. In his community, he is currently a member of the Lockleyís Senior Citizenís Club. Previously, he was a long-time member of the Riverside Golf Club. In addition to writing, Green also enjoys playing the violin, and he has played in an orchestral setting for twenty-five years. Greenís stories have been previously published in womenís magazines in Australia. He is currently working on his second novel.
(2007, paperback, 142 pages)