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The Will A Novel (Paperback)

Author:  Reed Arvin
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Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 1451623445
ISBN-13: 9781451623444
Sku: 216907938
Publish Date: 8/13/2012
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 8H x 5L x 1T
Pages:  512
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Henry Mathews is a young, ambitious associate at a top Chicago law firm. Called back to his tiny hometown of Council Grove, Kansas, to execute the will of Tyler Crandall, the town''s richest man, Henry becomes enmeshed in a web of long-hidden secrets. For the beneficiary of Crandall''s wealth -- a homeless derelict called the Birdman -- hides the key to the town''s real history behind his apparent madness.

Soon, what began as a legal battle becomes a spiritual journey stretching back to Henry''s mysterious experience at a seminary years before. As he is sucked into a maelstrom of money and politics -- and a tragic love affair -- Henry discovers that right and wrong are more complex than he imagined, and that black and white are melding into a troublesome shade of gray.

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Henry Mathews is a young, ambitious associate at a top Chicago law firm. Called back to his tiny hometown of Council Grove, Kansas, to execute the will of Tyler Crandall, the town's richest man, Henry becomes enmeshed in a web of long-hidden secrets. For the beneficiary of Crandall's wealth -- a homeless derelict called the Birdman -- hides the key to the town's real history behind his apparent madness.

Soon, what began as a legal battle becomes a spiritual journey stretching back to Henry's mysterious experience at a seminary years before. As he is sucked into a maelstrom of money and politics -- and a tragic love affair -- Henry discovers that right and wrong are more complex than he imagined, and that black and white are melding into a troublesome shade of gray.

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