What about our lives do we not know?
What about ourselves can we not see?
What do others say when we walk away?
Without warning Don Ed Turner must step back and watch himself his life and his girlfriend Stephanie’s life. Don Ed does not choose this. It is forced on him by a mind blowing dilemma: he arrives home two days before he left to go to work . . . and discovers another Don Ed Turner another him already in bed with Steph.
Second Opinion is a mystery: a novel of humor loss romance misunderstanding and murder.
Growing up J.S. Marvin often heard his father's and great uncles' stories of fights feuds and difficult lives lived in a different era. Like his ancestors the author worked many jobs: gas station attendant farmhand bellhop forklift operator highway maintenance photographer teacher corporate communications. His writing is a product of experience extensive reading and an inventive thought process.