The Orphanage Blues

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A troubled orphan boy is punished by being sent to the Dante's Inferno of orphanages, but a glitch in the paperwork lands him in a place full of love and concern for his welfare. It changes his life completely, and that of the women who run the small orphanage in Mid America during WW II.

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Words: 102,160
Language: English
ISBN: 9781465712639
About Robert Lubrican

I grew up in the fifties and sixties, and that is reflected in my books quite often. I spent twenty years in law enforcement, and traveled the world, which also can be seen in my books and stories. While the genre I write in is technically called erotic romance, what I actually write are stories with a plot, which include sexual behavior on the part of the characters. That is because most people's lives include sex and erotic gratification. And, since most people wonder about lifestyles that are sometimes called taboo, or forbidden, I write about them, occasionally too. I believe that two consenting adults know more about their own happiness than anyone else, and that even if they are mistaken, they have the right to make their own choices. I also believe that love is the key to making choices that will not turn out to be mistakes.
Many of my ideas involve coming of age, which usually takes place in the early to mid teens. Publishing standards, however, require that all characters in the published version of the book be over 18. That's not realistic, but it's just the way things are. If you purchase one of my books and would like to have the original version, unedited for age, send a copy of your receipt to and I'll happily provide you with a copy of the original at no additional cost. It is not illegal to write or possess such versions. It's just unpopular with certain special interest groups who desire to restrict your freedom.

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Review by: Chuck McIntyre Jr on May 03, 2016 :
This story is a grim reminder of my own growing years. My father worked in iron ore mines, and his brothers went to war.
The trials of everyday folk, in Small town America,were much the same as written. The children knew the social situations of the neighborhood, who beat their kids, and or wife. Who was a drunk, who was a spendthrift, who needed help with sick kids. and who visited other wives during different shifts. Robert has the unique ability to infuse the characters with the essence of those times and attitudes. Having live much of my early life in and Iron Ore mining camp, I can recognize folk from my life. Bob's writings bring the depth of feelings .
and attitudes of whom he writes. Thee are stories to be told from a rocking chair on a covered porch covered in Honey sucle vines. Outstanding social mores living i words. OUTSTANDING
(reviewed 3 days after purchase)

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