The Broken Statue

A statue of a striking young woman is buried and lost for thirty years, representing shattered lives and dreams. This story captures the wild risk-taking, broken lives, and the lavish lifestyles of the gilded age of the early oil industry, based on the real-life legacy of oil-baron E. W. Marland who made and lost a fortune before becoming notorious by marrying his adopt daugther Lydie.

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About Bob Perry

Bob Perry is a graduate of Oklahoma Christian University with a Bachlor’s Degree in Marketing. He also holds a Master’s Degree in Education from East Central Univesity. He has been a business owner, consultant, and educator. Bob has presented to state, regional, and national groups on the topics of Business Marketing, Selling, Conflict Resolution, Customer Service, Planning, Leadership, and Implementing Positive Change. Bob has authored: Dynamic Thinking: Models for Organizational Leadership and Spiritual Renewal: Transforming the Mind. Fictional books includ The Broken Statue, a novel based on the real-life legacy of oilman E. W. Marland, Mimosa Lane based on the tumultuous rise of Tulsa, Oklahoma from a small settlement to “The Oil Capital of the World”, Brothers of the Cross Timber about the Great Railroad Strikes of 1922, and The Nephilim Code, a contemporary action/adventure story about a cryptic secret society. Guilt’s Echo about National Guard service during World War 1 is due out in the summer of 2010.

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