Last Stand

One-hit wonder Parker Davis has a chip on his shoulder the size of the gold-plated record hanging in his front hall. Confronted by ill health, a looming eviction, and a career that peaked in the ’60s, Parker is thrust into a movement that pits him against big business, the Seattle police, the National Guard, and the Department of Homeland Security. More

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Words: 130,390
Language: English
ISBN: 9781311587114
About R. H. Sheldon

R. H. Sheldon is a Northwest writer whose works include the novel 'Dancing the River Lightly' as well as numerous news and feature articles for online and print publications such as 'Seattle Magazine' and 'E - The Environmental Magazine.' He’s also written restaurant reviews, marketing copy, legal summaries, training material, technology articles, and anything else he’s needed to write to keep the creditors at bay. Sometimes it’s worked. Sometimes not. These days, you can find him writing up at his home in the Cascades or out on the road in his VW van.

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