Born and raised in New York City
Graduate of Oregon State University
Lived in Oregon 1970-1980
Lived in San Diego, Ca. 1980-2011
Personal fitness and nutrition enthusiast
Interested in desalination, cosmology, hyperbaric oxygen therapy
Lives now in Danbury, CT.
America is in trouble. President Jack Foster is in the second year of his anti-drug administration. Jack’s beautiful 23 year old daughter, Katie is kidnapped by a ruthless Chinese drug lord to insure the safe passage of his lethal shipment into the US. Jack can now trust only his brother as he battles ghosts old and new when he takes a secret leave of absence in his attempt to rescue his daughter.
The Girl on the Balcony
on Oct. 02, 2009
With this novel, William Dyer has created a story that has the graceful power to root you from the malaise of the human condition. It will do this slowly and lovingly. It makes you feel like a better person for having read it. Dyer effortlessly draws from the fundamental building blocks of our emotional and spiritual lives, to create a story of love that few will ever be lucky enough to experience.
Yet upon reading the final sentence, it leaves the reader believing that it is possible.
This is a deeply emotional and ultimately personal story that brims with the tactical descriptors of two lives and an emotion that, for most of us, evades concise definition, yet seems completely "at home" within the shared life of William and his beloved and cherished "Girl on the Balcony".
(D.Moore Cardiff by the Sea, Ca. 09-02-09)