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Going Down Maine Paperback – December 7, 2012
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About the Author
Mark Slade lives surrounded by a family for whom the use of artistic expression is an integral form of communication. His work has appeared in magazines and prominent publications around the world. A number of his art pieces are held in private collections. As an actor, Mark has made over 300 appearances on stage, screen and television, winning international recognition and numerous awards for his efforts. In a career spanning 30 years, he starred and guest-starred in films, television and several TV series that include "The High Chaparral." His first novel, "GOING DOWN MAINE," explores the loss of innocence and unforeseen consequences of youthful indiscretions. His recent work "OF PAIN AND COFFEE" is a collection of sooths, sayings and soliloquies combining both his verse and illustrations.
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This is a really good read though at times I wanted to put the book down and not read any farther but, then I just HAD to know what was going to happen next.
This thriller would make such a good movie and Mark Slade should be the director to make sure the meaning of the relationship between David and Billy is fully understood.
What a talented man Mr. Slade is. I loved him when he starred on "High Chaparral", his art is amazing and now he is proving to be an excellent author.
I would recommend "Going Down Maine" to anyone who likes a thriller and can appriciate how fast something can inpact a person's whole life and future.
Mark Slade's writing is beautiful, descriptive and engrossing with great sensitivity to his characters.
Billy an David are very believable and the choices they made, whether right or wrong, as they grew up during simpler times, were true to their personalities. This is a story that many can identify with as did I. A wonderful debut novel, it would make a good thought provoking movie! I look forward to more by Mark Slade