By Gary Matheny of Cleveland, Tennessee, formerly of Macon
206 pages, $14.99 (Balboa Press, Division of Hay House)
What it’s about: A bullet is fired from a gun and follows the shortest path between two points -- in most cases. But in this intriguing story, the bullet travels a circuitous path: Through decades of war, around the world and as it touches the lives of families to its exciting climax. The trajectory of a bullet, then, may never be as straightforward as it seems.
The author says: The book follows a .45 caliber bullet from conception to finality. During its course of existence it becomes involved with the lives of five people with whom the reader will develop a personal relationship. The unique way the bullet is handed down to each recipient will keep the reader wanting to see where the bullet goes next.
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By the same author: “If the shoe fits, Wear it” (Sphinx Publishing of Macon).