What's happening to our hometown, Josh?' Marty asked in a whisper.'What's happening to America? Can't you see it? The drifting. The pointlessness. What have we let happen to us? What things have we permitted in the quest for the 'good life'?' Quite frankly, J. Bradley Libbert can't see anything wrong, at least nothing that can't be bought or forgot. According to his own code of E.Th.IC.s, the less effort and the fewer apologies made, the better. America is on the progressive path to success and happiness for all, and that suits his fast-track lifestyle just fine. He has become a brilliant financial investor, leaving his traditionalist roots far behind on that farm in Minnesota. Nothing is going to stop him, or so he believes. The last thing he needs is a phone call from home, telling him that his Bible-toting, flag-waving mother thinks she's dying. In a generational struggle between traditional and progressive beliefs, Bradley labors to rid himself of inconvenient truths that would slow him down. In his thirst for success and riches, he quickly tries to discard the ties to his past. He nearly succeeds... ...Until he comes face to face with The Last American. As if the last tether to his vision of self, Della is the final reminder of the truths that he so quickly forgot. Will Bradley suppress the truth or embrace it? A born and raised Minnesotan, Kim Lind began her career as a political writer, and then a corporate writer, before returning to her roots and finding her passion in rural health care and EMS. Now an RN, she currently works as an ER nurse in a Level III Trauma Center hospital in west-central Minnesota.
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