Monday, July 1, 2013

The Last American Martyr by @TomWinton

Tom Winton

Over 50 5-star reviews on Amazon

Every now and then one small soul rises from the crowded depths of obscurity and causes the earth to wobble on its axis. This last happened in 2008 when an unemployed doorman stepped onto the worldwide stage in Stockholm and accepted The Nobel Prize for Literature.


In this me-me twenty-first century, Thomas Soles may very well be the last American martyr. This self-described “simple man” writes a book that is so powerful it brings back to life the all-but-dead international labor movement. The response to his thoughts and perceptions are astounding. Around the globe, from pole to pole, America to Zimbabwe, the footsteps of marching workers begin to tremor the earth. But not everyone is pleased. 

There’s a tight-knit, elitist clique that is absolutely livid over the thoughts and ideals that fill the pages of Tom's book. And when he and his wife, Elaina, return home from Sweden, they realize just how dangerous this profit-hungry mob can be. 

Mortified by the horrible scene that awaits them inside their apartment, the Soles have no choice but to flee their longtime home. Hoping to find peace and anonymity, they bounce all over America in an RV. But they don’t find what they're looking for. Instead they become moving targets. And everywhere they go they're followed by a succession of life-threatening events.

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