The Secrets of Clayton County Vol. 1

If someone exchanged Indian pottery for their accountant's tax services, is that bartering? Can they be taxed? Well, yes they can. And that's why IRS examiner Sarah Hunter descends upon a small river town in Iowa, like a fox in a hen house, to investigate potential tax resisters. Is the big government machine right, or do the small town residents have the key to survival? More

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About Don Wooldridge

Don Wooldridge enjoys writing in a variety of genres, and avoids vulgarity, or explicit sex in his work. To date he’s written 4 fiction novels, 2 non-fiction novella's, 28 short stories, and 1 memoir telling how he found ways to manage his bipolar disorder over 45 years.
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SAMMY MY GUARDIAN ANGEL spring 2019.
FRIENDS FOREVER, book 4 of the "Secrets of Clayton County" series, Summer of 2019.

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The Secrets of Clayton County is written from a genuine sense of knowing the community; author, Don Wooldridge, born and raised in Davenport, Iowa, and lived in the Mississippi River Valley for over 30 years. Today, Don enjoys putting his voice to print, and using his writing as a vehicle for taking readers back to their own roots.

About the Series: The Secrets of Clayton County
IRS Agent Sarah Hunter's life is a story of contrasts between the big city and small rural community. Her agencies assignment to rural Iowa changes her life, as she surprisingly becomes as a wife, mother and grandmother.

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