Frank Vaughn,
Killed by His Mom
The Frank Vaughn Trilogy

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Author: D. Krauss

Series: Frank Vaughn Trilogy Book One

Genre: Narrative Fiction | Suspense

Number of Pages: 405

Word Count: 99,730

Library of Congress Control Number: 2021937261

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Hardcover: 978-1-64456-301-4

Paperback: 978-1-64456-302-1

Mobi: 978-1-64456-303-8

ePub: 978-1-64456-304-5

AudioBook: 978-1-64456-305-2

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In 1965, a ten-year-old takes an unwilling odyssey across a changing South
in the company of his bipolar, violent Dad.

 

A disturbing Odyssey across America. It’s summer, 1965, school's out and Butch's birthday is in a few weeks. Perfect; three months of freeze tag, hide and seek and riding his bike way past dark. Well, maybe not completely perfect — Frank Vaughn, a classmate, is beaten to death by his crazy mother for leaving a report card at school. On top of that, Dad is touchier than ever and Mom sadder, so best to hide out next door with his best friend Tommy reading X-Men and hoping for that birthday GI Joe. But in one night, Butch's summer explodes and he’s now riding across a turbulent and changing Dixie in a white Rambler station wagon, at the mercy of a manic depressive and wildly violent Dad. Like a crewman on Ulysses' ship, Butch encounters a one-eyed evil grandfather, a 12-year-old Siren, the lotus-eaters of Alabama… and Frank Vaughn. If Butch ever sees his beloved sister, Cindy, again, it'll be a miracle. If he's alive at the end of the summer, it'll be a bigger one. A dark version of "The Wonder Years," Frank Vaughn Killed by his Mom is "The Great Santini" written by Homer, careening through a coarse world of racism, adultery, abandonment, and even the occasional sliver of hope.

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