by William Sanford, Sr.|
395 Pages, Paperback, 5.25 x 8.25
Margo Smith,the first, not of the caucasus descent to be admitted to the school of journalism,assumes a discreet role in taking facts of various episodes and pen them to urge the cause of those who are willingly to pay handsomely. She encounters mystery, murder, politicians, gays, lesbians,and others as she reveals true life events of a multi-culture world; and, once more brings forth that "Freedom of Speech and the Press is a structural stablizer for the commonsense of the American Public." This book is an eye opener.
About The Author
William Sanford, born in Bessemer, Alabama, graduated from Hueytown High School, before receiving a Bachelor of Science Degree from Troy State University. He earned a Master's from Auburn University before going on to study lawq at Jones Law University. He served in the U.S. Navy during World War II as a radioman, and a radio teletype operator. He is an instrument rated private pilot. Married to Cornelia Kreis who also is a private pilot. They have five children and eleven grandchildren. His other works are, A Fresh Gale, The Price of Cotton, and Chase.
"Sixty years ago as a tenth grader, William Sanford began writing stories that have ranked him among those who reach into the "real" world and bring forth its mysteries. Tainted Quill may evoke a painful memory for some readers, as it acknowledges the feats of crooked politicians;yet, accepts, in excellent taste, the life style of gays, lesbians, and foreigners. Similarly situated events described in this book may evoke recognizable true life experiences for some of its readers;however, we are assured that they are the invention of the author, and in no way related to anyone other than the fictional characters created to convey the story line of this exciting novel which has been nominated for the Alabama Public Libray's BookMark award.