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Publisher's Summary

Malcolm Wilson learns that everything is always temporary. Growing up, he's raised by a promiscuous mother who can't stay out of trouble, his best friend is a 13-year-old alcoholic, and the masters at his tough Scottish school are always raising their canes in his direction. When he becomes an adult, he escapes, and chooses the safe route, watching the world from a distance.

Everything changes the day he meets the beautiful, alluring, green-eyed Heather, and when he learns of Heather's own abusive childhood and the horrific secret she's been carrying, Malcolm decides to help her. And, this time he's not backing down, whatever the cost.

The first book of the My Temporary Life trilogy tells a story of love, friendship, and what it truly means to be a hero. An Amazon best seller, this grand, sweeping story has been enjoyed all over the world.

©2011 Martin Crosbie (P)2018 Martin Crosbie

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Great new narrator - interesting mixed genre story

What did you love best about My Temporary Life?

I really enjoyed the turn toward more mystery oriented story line.

Have you listened to any of Fraser McFarlane’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

This is a new narrator, but I really enjoyed the cadence and inflections. I hope to hear more.