I recently returned from a ten-day fishing/exploring trip to Montana, a state I once lived in and know well. Four days into the adventure, heavy smoke moved in from the west, drowning the valleys in brownish-yellow haze and obscuring the … Continue reading
Halves and half-nots. Haves and have-nots. He was a Have-not and the woman uncomfortably sharing a train nook with him was a Have. There was no in-between any more.
Las Vegas is no longer the party city it once was. It has become a place where the gap between rich and poor is wider than the nearby Grand Canyon. Owen Frost has made choices he never wanted to make. When he arrives for his job as a tutor of the child of Evelyn Sayles, one of the richest women in this changed world, he wonders if he’s made another.Continue reading