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HORN OF PLENTY by T.O. McFarland

HORN OF PLENTY

by T.O. McFarland

256 pages
A 1960's love story in Maine.

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About the Book
Steve was like any red, blooded American boy growing up on the coast of Maine during the 1960’s. He was popular in school and a talented trumpet player. He and three of his friends formed a very popular band named The Chessmen. But his first love was the harbor where his family’s business was located. In line to take over the family business, a sudden shift in economy forced Steve’s father to sell the business leaving Steve wondering what he was going to do with his life. Embittered by his father’s decision, he moved out. After a failed business attempt on his own, he left his business, his band and his girlfriend and took his trumpet to Memphis looking for success.

Surviving was an understatement in the new city, but with perseverance and stubborn pride he started rising in the tough music industry. He vowed he’d never return until successful, but the death of his father brought old feelings back to the surface and he returned to make amends. Meanwhile, his old band teacher from high school was stricken with cancer. He had written a song, Horn of Plenty, for his wife and gave Steve permission to record it. It fast became a hit. Steve got the success he wanted, he reconciled with his father, he married his high school sweetheart, and moved back home.

 

 

About the Author
Tom McFarland was born and brought up on the coast of Maine where his life lessons of birth and death, family and friendships were etched deeply into his character. Unconditional relationships are difficult to find today and this is why he started writing, to remind us they still exist.

 

 

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