About the Book
As the Baby Boom generation ages, the migration of retirees from cities and suburbs in the North continues to grow as they head South for days in the sun, golf, and a quieter life. For some, the trip South is a new beginning. For others, it is a painful separation from friends and family. This fast-paced novel examines both the conflicts between retirees and their Southern neighbors, and the tensions that grow inside the community. Sometimes, these tensions just simmer. Sometimes, they explode.
About the Author
Mac Sherman Harris is a communications manager in the nuclear electric power industry. His previous experience includes serving as a university teacher, a news reporter, a corporate speechwriter, and the head of a corporate news bureau. His writing credits include book-length training manuals for Fortune 500 corporations and national trade associations, articles in professional journals, and ghost-written articles for a variety of clients, including a former U.S. Senator, the Chairmen of two major corporations and the head of two major national trade associations.