LAKEVIEW, Ore. (PRWEB) January 16, 2020
Mark L. Williams, an English and history teacher for thirty years in the United States, Germany, and Japan, has completed his new book “Euripides Cave": a riveting journey of Chet Schneider's escape from the United States and an unlikely friendship that leads to searching for a missing person.
Williams writes, "My elder sister and I knew that ours was an opulent family. Our simple home and habits were predicated on temperament, not wealth. None of us realized how much Opa and Father accumulated until we received Uncle Sam’s extortion demand. I was a junior at Darke College in Ohio when Dad died. Mom succumbed to cancer a dozen years prior; I never fully recovered from that. It was bad enough that the foundation of our family was gone, but when the lawyers and the tax vultures descended before Papa’s body was cold, it was too much. Jenny, as the eldest survivor, bore the brunt of the assault. I was—and remain—in awe over her poise and skill in the face of devastation. She was aided by Mark, her lawyer husband and father of their three young children. Though tax law was not his forte, Mark led us through the paper jungle. I was too bitter and resentful to provide support."
Published by Page Publishing, Mark L. William's intriguing work details how Chet, together with a Vietnamese laborer and a semi-celebrity neighbor, reaps unexpected rewards while searching for the “lost” daughter.
This book follows Chet, an American fed up with being exploited by taxation, and his search for a new place to call home. He meets many unexpected people and becomes involved in finding a missing girl.
Readers who wish to experience this epic work can purchase “Euripides Cave” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
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