Bug on a Hot Plate
About the Book
George Neff returned from WW II to find a world he no longer understood. His girlfriend is married, most of his friends are gone, and his folks no longer understood him. So he takes to the open road, moving with the seasons and working odd jobs, not wanting to be from anywhere or care for any body. George meets Bo while working at a job, cutting pulpwood, and the two strike up an unlikely friendship. They continue to bum around the country together, until they come to the town of Warren. Warren changes their lives. Here they find people who accept them, and believe in them. Here George finds out that there are still things in life that are worth fighting for, while Bo faces his worst nightmare.
About the Author
Ronnie Remonda has lived in North Central Florida for the last eighteen years. Before that he lived in a small community in upstate New York. An avid writer for the last ten years, he has written numerous short stories, and has several novels in the making. His stories are sometimes humorous, sometimes graphic, but always with a human element that is flavored with just a touch of cynicism.