"A side-splitting romp...author William Mark expertly uses a riveting narrative and humorous subplots to create a character driven story the reader will remember long after finishing this delightful tale." -IndieReader
"A zippy, engrossing, and offbeat work of historical fiction...satisfying and immensely entertaining!" -KIRKUS REVIEW
"The story of Zesty is delivered by Mark in a very original way. He tells his story through the third person, then a manuscript penned by Ernest Hemingway and finally a stage play by a Henry Hall. It all coalesces into a story that you'll find yourself pondering over trying to decide what is true and what isn't."
About the Author
Born on a sheep farm in Kansas, William Mark has written novels, TV movies, motion pictures and has opened on stage in Europe and on Broadway. He lives in a small town north of Los Angeles with his family.