The Long Take

Walt Delaney, a former Wall Street insider, turns actor to find a new identity for himself. But the role he chooses only deepens him in negative economic karma. As a result, Aldrich College and the small town of Ulysses, Washington are about to be decimated by wealthy developers. It takes the eclectic community of artists, writers, astronomers, and mathematicians to save their creative community

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Language: English
ISBN: 9781301687848
About Mark Barbour

Mark grew up and now lives in the Pacific Northwest where he gained his love for the outdoors and the natural world. He has a degree in physics – having worked in astronomy, briefly in oceanography and in corporate R&D for a major computer and printer manufacturer. He is an avid reader who enjoys diverse writings from Vonnegut to Durrell to Ram Dass. Mark has studied creative writing at Oregon State University. ‘The Long Take’ is his first novel.

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