While having a drink beside the campfire on a late fall night in northern Michigan with my old friend Hugh Clark (whom I've lost contact with off and on over the years), I. A. J. Nash, expressed my unsuccessful writing ambitions to Hugh. Hugh in return stated he often thought recent events in his life would make a good book or movie. As I pondered what Hugh was referring to, he took another shot of bourbon and handed me the nearly empty glass bottle. Hugh gazed upon, then commented on, the crisp, clear, darkness of the new moon sky. Without a stutter, Hugh told me the details of what he called the ""secrete life"" he has been tricked into living, along with the amazing events that led up to and followed the unfortunate task he undertook with a similar new moon sky above. I sat speechless next to the large fire pit until the early dawn's golden light. Over coffee, I convinced Hugh to entrust me with his handwritten memoirs and to allow me to author his biography, for I believe it is truly a life story that not even Hollywood could dream-up. In order to fully convey the noticeable pain I witnessed within the wise eyes of Hugh Clark, I felt it necessary to write this book from a first-person perspective. AU-79 offers a glimpse into the mind, soul, and conscience of a ""simple man"" as he attempts to change the world with his unique automotive design, as well as the journey that sadly left him a lonely, semi-homeless, penniless, millionaire haunted by regret.
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