Robert L. Saunders is the author of five novels. Including the Tommytown series; the author's autobiography set in the 1950's; The romantic mystery, The Monopoly Factor, a thrilling story of corporate deceit and murder. The human based fiction, Gathering of Cans; a tale that spans 40 years in the life of Zoie as she gathers cans to build a public swimming pool, and the riveting historical novel, John Paul Jones: Finding the Forgotten Patriot.
Attention Readers! Coming late Autumn, his latest release "The Liver Transplant Ruse" will be available for purchase. This serious medical drama will take the reader on a fascinating journey into the organ transplant business. Innocent Reverend Clark DeVall discovers that there are deceitful, greedy doctors who have made millions of dollars by manipulating the liver transplant waiting list. These doctors sniffed around like hyenas for their next victim and woe to them who showed up with their pockets empty of cash; as Jenny, the reverend's daughter had done. Thus she became the coveted morsel of their prey and was removed from the coveted waiting list. Wealthy patients were given priority over those patients with mediocre funds.
Robert Saunders has written a variety of genres including, Mystery, Romance, Womens' Fiction, Family Drama, and Historical novels.
Along with paperback versions, his novels are available on Kindle, Nook, etc., starting at the low price of $4.00.
The author lives with his wife, Janet, and their Miniature Schnauzer, Tux, in a house which he designed and built.
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John Paul Jones: Finding the Forgotten Patriot
You don't need to be a history or nautical buff to truly enjoy the fascinating characters in this historical novel. The astonishing life of John Paul Jones has been forgotten through the ages. He is but a footnote; seldom mentioned as a respectable peer among the honored land generals of the Revolutionary War.
Tommytown 2: Helen's Song
Sequel to Tommytown. In the 1950's Helen, the 35-year-old mother, living in sheer poverty with nine children, is compelled to overcome another hurdle as she maintains a balancing act from one day to the next to provide food, and a loving home for her children.
It's a novel about a mother. . .Helen, living in a world that most people never experience.
Gathering of Cans
Special Cans: Gold Budweiser; Green Mountain Dew; Red Santa Claus Coca-Cola; and Orange NEHI
take the reader on another special journey with Zoie Baker; from the romantic but turbulent time of World War II, through the tumultuous decade of the 1960's; and ending with Zoie gathering cans during the 1980's.
This family was dirt poor and the author made no effort to give me the impression that I would not be paying a visit to the home of the Beaver Cleaver's family. Still, the author sprinkled a bit of humor here and there because it kept the story from being so depressing.
Travel back to the year 1955 and become part of Helen Foreman's world. Be with this 35-year-old mother with eight children.
The Monopoly Factor
A captivating mystery of Murder, Corporate deceit, and the attorney, Barry Foreman, who is driven to save his client, Susan Graham, from certain death.
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