Unemployed doorman Thomas Soles has had it. Sick and tired of watching so many families lose their "dream" because of corporate America's insatiable lust for profit, he sits in the kitchen of his rented tenement and writes a book about the tragedy.
Working folks all over the world adore the book. Virtually overnight, it becomes an international best seller and a year later earns the unlikely candidacy of a Nobel Prize. But not everybody is happy. When Soles and his wife return home from Stockholm with the coveted award, they find the walls of their modest apartment riddled with messages - death threats, written in blood.
Thomas and Elaina then flee across America in an RV. All they want is to stay alive and find a place where they can live in peace. But will that happen? Or, will the last American martyr pay the ultimate price for revealing the truth?
©2011 Tom Winton (P)2015 Tom Winton
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