Surviving Jardine

A coming of age novel set in the summer of 1948, when love, tragedy, and family conflict would join forces to coerce thirteen-year-old Timmy Armstrong's premature entry into manhood. When survival of a dying town battles a mine workers' union strike in Jardine, Montana, that could destroy life as it was. This story will make you laugh, and make you cry. It is guaranteed to grip you to the end. More

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Words: 71,450
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301217786
About Tom Onstott

Raised in a mining camp near Yellowstone Park was an experience that was void of many amenities enjoyed by most youngsters; yet an upbringing TOM ONSTOTT says he would not trade for anything. Even without a movie theater, soda fountain or youth center, he and his boyhood friends entertained themselves in simple ways: sledding, fishing, hunting and of course forming little secret societies.

Tom’s passion for writing was spawned during college, but did not reach full bloom until he took early retirement to write full-time. He has authored nine novels in the past ten years. His first attempt at writing a book was when he labored through his own memoir; an effort he now classifies as an amateurish mess. Without benefit of a rewrite or edit, it was delivered to his three sons at Christmas time, an act he hopes they accept as a token of love.


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