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Rosa No-Name Paperback – April 8, 2017
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About the Author
Roger Bruner spent his whole work life trying to figure out what he wanted to do when he grew up. Along the way he taught school, interviewed job seekers, and programmed computers. He retired from a temporary stint at Target to write full-time and wishes he could have done that years earlier. His two out-of-print young adult books, Found in Translation and Lost in Dreams, will soon be available again. He’s also the author of a speculative satire, The Devil and Pastor Gus, and two little books of his poems, plays, stories, and short plays. Samples of his songs and writings are available at RogerBruner.com. A guitarist and songwriter, he’s in the church choir and plays bass on the praise team and guitar at a nursing home ministry. Long interested in missions, he’s gone to Romania, England, Wales, Australia, and Nicaragua on short-term mission trips. Roger likes spending time with his wife, Kathleen. He has a daughter, who lives with her husband and son in Orlando, and stepdaughters in New York City and Las Vegas. He enjoys reading, photography, web design, and playing Words with Friends.
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Bruner has a special gift for creating authentic characters and tempting the reader into compassion with them, even the evil ones. Although it will be difficult to put this book down when sleep overcomes you, you will find yourself during many following nights thinking about Rosa. She will have gotten under your skin, and into your heart. Rosa No-Name is one of the most intriguing and unforgettable books I have ever read.