Pickett's Son

Pickett's Son

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Description

When a classical pianist opens a book of Greek history belonging to a cowboy from Texas, she reads something that brings a flood of questions the final one being, has fate planned this? Her grandmother had given the book to a lover whose professional name was THE GREAT OBOLUS. College mythology taught her an OBOLUS is an ancient Greek coin, so her next question is did Grandmother's lover realize a baby, like a new coin once put into circulation, cannot know where it will end up? Pickett's son, Shepherd, has not spent one night under his father's rood; he has slept in the barn since his mother's death making rejection the core of PICKETT'S SON, but Jane Fonda's North Vietnam adventure will twist the plot.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 456 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 23mm | 603g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 150841288X
  • 9781508412885

About E R (Flip) Flippen

Earning a degree in Pharmacy at the University of Houston, it was necessary to take a course in English and English Literature where E.R. (flip) Flippen developed a keen interest in writing. He has written three other novels, CATTLE CALL, IVY, DAN PATCH, and now, PICKETT'S SON. He enjoys working dogs and fishing. He has fished for salmon in Alaska, tuna in Hawaii, sailfish in Mexico, tarpon in Key West, and speckled trout wherever he could find them.show more