Armed with degrees from Duke University and the University of Michigan Law School, Bob Waldner moved to New York City many years ago to seek his fortune. Not being an adept fortune-seeker, he started writing fiction. He published his first novel, Peripheral Involvement, in 2014, and his short stories have appeared, or are scheduled to appear, in The Saturday Evening Post, theEEEL and Mulberry Fork Review. He continues to practice corporate law in Manhattan, where he lives with his wife, Erinn, and his two daughters, Maureen and Madeleine.
James Bennett didnâ€™t come to the Florida Keys to find a new father. As the rebellious, serially underemployed scion of an old-money New York family, heâ€™d spent years disappointing the one he already had. But when smooth-talking ex-televangelist John Wainwright takes an interest in him, he spurns an invitation to grow up and finally join his familyâ€™s business on Wall Street in favor of staying in Marathon to help Wainwright rebuild his church. When Jamesâ€™ faith in his new mentor and his infatuation with Wainwrightâ€™s ... Read More >