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Name: T.M. SpoonerPen Name: None Genre: Fiction Born:
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Illinois ConnectionSpooner is a graduate of Northern Illinois University and served three years in the U. S. Army. T. M. Spooner lives in Crystal Lake, Illinois.
Biographical and Professional InformationIn addition to his two novels,T.M Spooner's nonfiction has appeared in Tales from a Small Planet and his short fiction has appeared in River Walk Journal and The Dead Mule.
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Notes from exile :
ISBN: 9780915745890. OCLC Number: 84842843 Floricanto Press,. . In a quaint village along the shores of Lake Chapala, two recent college graduates join two men living in self-imposed exile. One, a journalist and jaded philosopher is escaping an inherited family destiny; the other, a British combat veteran, is fleeing what many viewed an unnecessary war ...
The salvation of La Purísima /
ISBN: 0915745887. OCLC Number: 145505265 Floricanto Press,. . A migrant he befriends draws the novel's narrator, anthropologist Paul Westin, to Mexico. As Westin becomes more involved with the migrants and learns of a tragedy among them, he struggles to maintain professional objectivity. In Mexico he encounters La Purísima, the fractured village and symbol of rural Mexico, desperately struggling with the mysterious death of one of its own young men. The strange and unexpected reactions of the villagers force Westin and a local priest, Father Gabriel, to search for a solution to save La Purísima.