Paul F. Spite lives with his wife Sally in Cookeville, TN, where he enjoys the occasional company of three children and two grandchildren. A graduate of Ball State University, he is a licensed professional architect by trade.
By inclination, he is a seeker of knowledge. He possesses a deep interest in both science and Biblical truth, believing both are appropriate paths to understanding the world we inhabit. In service to God, he ministers twice a week to inmates in the county jail, teaches in a drug rehabilitation program, and serves as staff for a life recovery program. For fun, he writes fiction and non-fiction, reads whenever possible, attends Scout functions when possible, and fills the role of a grandfather.
The Power of a Pawn is the first of six books in The Game of Life series.
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The Power of a Pawn
by Paul Spite
Widowed mother Amanda wakes up on her kitchen floor, surrounded by the bodies of her dead children. Her only defense: She remembers nothing.
Tried and found guilty of homicide, she becomes a pawn in the Game of Life. Society's revenge and the end to her pain hinge upon her death sentence, but the flames of the media are fanned when her life becomes inextricably linked to an innocent bystander.
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