A resident of Stockton, CA, Jose Cantu is a retiree of the USPS, having held many positions across the country including Postmaster, and District Manager. Today he a member of the Heritage Writers Community of San Joaquin County; a member of the Board of Directors for the Tuleburg Press of Stockton, CA; and has written two novels while developing his craft, “The Deadeye Deuce;” “Full Circle;” and one book of poetry, “A Chorus of Christmas Carols.” He has also completed three poetry manuscripts, “Bitter Fields of Dust,” “A Soul of Old Mexico,” and “Upon This Rock.”
His writing style may be described as a cross of Ray Bradbury, and his own personally developed distinctive expressions.
He is an award winning poet who has appeared on television as part of a telecast for writers, and who also speaks at writing seminars and workshops. Jose has already read excerpts from “The Legacy” on local television and local writer events.
Jose holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree from St. Mary’s University, a Master’s Degree in Management & Supervision Administration from Central Michigan University, a Master’s Degree in Public Administration and a Doctorate in that field from Nova University.
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The Legacy; A Heritage of Hate
by J.f. Cantu
P.I. Skylar Malone is hired by a friend to find out who’s sending him articles about gruesome murders. Malone’s investigation propels him on a journey into his own past. His life has been a lie; his real heritage is frightening yet so compelling that he must follow it. His real name is Hiedler, and the truth, and his future, await him in a compound in Idaho, where his New Reich must rise to power.
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