Drew Banton has published novels, novellas and stories. He has had pieces appear in Event Horizon online magazine and Bicycling Magazine. He has worked as a printer, welder, auto mechanic, bicycle frame builder, industrial mechanic and manufacturing engineer. He lives in Brookline, Massachusetts. When not writing he can usually be found walking his dog or trying to keep up with his grandson.
While walking his dog one morning, an auto mechanic is approached by an intriguing stranger who makes a surprising request. He chooses to try to fulfill this request, a decision that complicates his life in unexpected ways.
Published: December 21, 2016.
Fiction » Coming of age
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