W.H. Harrod was born and raised in Kentucky. He served in the Army in Vietnam in 1969/70 and received a BBA degree from Washburn University on the GI Bill. He currently resides in Oregon with his wife, Debra, and their two cats.
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on April 04, 2015 :
Will Clayton thinks of himself as a nomad and tries to leave a small town after doing some seasonal work but is talked into staying to manage and turn around a failing diner. Other people in town also start approaching him for help in other matters so Will reluctantly gets involved and eventually starts to think that maybe he could settle down in a place like this. There is some good humour, clever writing and interesting political views all wrapped up into a great story. I really like this writer.
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