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Just Let Me Be Quietly, Morally Ambivalent

If you like historical fiction, I recommend that you check out and support Adrienne Morris and her “The House on Tenafly Road” series. She is an indie writer and is a very interesting person as well. Plus she has and loves Cavalier King Charles Spaniels.

Nothing Gilded, Nothing Gained-Author Adrienne Morris

Moral ambivalence on a quiet afternoon. Moral ambivalence on a quiet afternoon.

Watch out for the quiet ones.They often take you places you didn’t think you’d go. After Buck Crenshaw and his twin threw William Weldon from a hayloft and broke his arm in THE HOUSE ON TENAFLY ROAD I thought I’d never see Buck again.

But there was Buck in his quietly scheming yet tentative way tapping my shoulder. I’m going to West Point, he kept saying so when an actual human friend wanted me to tag along on a trip up to the academy to see her son I was game. I’d been going to football there for a while, but this time we walked the grounds on a perfect late spring day.

Buck came along, of course, in my mind. What’s the story, Buck?I asked myself or Buck or my muse. No one answered, but weeks later after I promised…

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This entry was posted on June 5, 2015 by in LUCKY'S DOGGY INSIGHTS.

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