I Like The White World

Ted Mason, hired by a Catholic film making company, conceives of a documentary that would explore what professional thinkers and powerful men make of Pilate's final, unanswered question to Christ: "What is Truth?" In the course of making that documentary, Ted learns much about his father, his faith, his colonial ancestors, and himself that could not have been laid open to him in any other way. More

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About Mark Butterworth

Mark Butterworth is a writer and composer living in Sacramento, California with his wife, Alanna He is 59, born in Rhode Island and hop scotched across the country through his first twenty years until he could get no further. A father with an adult daughter, Mark has had a couple dozen different jobs from machinist to forest fire fighter to furniture maker in a quest of broad experience to bring to his fiction in writing plays, novels, film scripts for over thirty years.

Mark's novels are entertaining, well written, relatively brief with memorable characters, vivid images and smart dialog. He packs meaning and profundity with rich Christian undertones into his tales going from wry to heartbreaking.

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