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On an ordinary January afternoon, a disturbing revelation about his wife hurls one man into a maelstrom of public humiliation and heartbreak, and eventually on a spree of run-ins with lawyers, judges, therapists, and law enforcement. 

Land of July tells the true story of a teacher/student sex scandal that not only shocked an entire school and small suburban community, but made national news. It’s a story filled with countless anecdotes about marriage, trust, infidelity, grief, and the desperate search for hope and family in the face of ruin. 

Practically ripped from the daily headlines, Land of July is as salacious as it is sobering. At its best, it’s a cautionary tale that might just inspire an awakening of morality; at its worst, it’s one man’s tumultuous journey to hell...and possibly back.

©2018 Black Rose Writing (P)2018 Beacon Audiobooks

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  • Anonymous User
  • 07-23-18

Needs more scandal

The title promises an interesting read, offering insight into a nightmare situation. It is unfortunate that the contents of the book doesn’t quite live up to the title. The book is littered with the authors attempt at writing songs in order to express his emotion and pain, I found this a waste of space and unnecessary. The book is a giant pity party.