To Each His Own
by James G Dow

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To Each His Own by James G Dow
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Paperback: 240 pages
Publisher: James G Dow
ISBN: 9780648408345
Trim size: 152 x 229 mm

During the great depression, in a Scottish mining town, Joe Lennox became a local hero because of his unwavering support of needy mothers unable to feed their children. Although often on the verge of bankruptcy, he survived. His reputation secured him a position as development officer with an emerging Co-operative Wholesale Group. He married a widow with three young children and his life took on new meaning.

His generosity of spirit persisted and he soon became virtual patriarch of an extended family. The story develops into a cavalcade of the lives of various members of this family over three generations, all bonded by Joe’s sage advice and largesse.

When readers close this book, they should be happily assured that future generations will benefit from the legacy of a truly noble gentleman.

The author has a strong affinity with the characters in the book and experiences a genuine sadness as their journey together comes to an end.

It is the writer’s strange affliction
To confuse reality with fiction.
Could the loneliness of age
Commence with the novel’s final page?

About the Author   

James G. Dow was born in Scotland in 1931. He migrated to Australia in 1956 and has since taken out Australian citizenship. He lives in Dandenong, Victoria, and his hobbies include, jazz drumming, bridge, and golf.
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