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BOOK DISCUSSION WITH FRAN LEWIS: EXTRA SPECIAL EDITION

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Red River Radio and Fran Lewis would like to welcome best selling author Roger Ellory. Roger's latest release Bad Signs is being spotlighted on this show. What happens when two young brothers wind up in a dangerous crossfire and their lives are manipulated by a serial killer and their world turned upside down and violent. Bad Signs is about Clarence and Elliot and what happens when they get lost in a system that is faulty and uncaring. Children do not ask to be born. Adults give them life but sometimes those adults are not ready or willing to deal with having the responsibility of children. Carole Kempner had two boys neither grew up knowing her because her life ended in a violent and horrific manner. Elliot and Clarence came from two different fathers but both would learn the hard lessons of life and the violence that accompanies it. Watching your own mother slaughtered or killed would traumatize any child. Hoping that she was just asleep a total myth. One father who could care less and another who could not be found and a friend who would report what she found. Stars are meant to shine in the night sky and provide comfort and warmth for those that like to wish upon them. But, sometimes we think that when bad things happen to us too often that maybe, just maybe the stars that seem to shine upon us are not so good or their brightness holds something evil or bad within them. Bad Signs by author R.J. Ellory will enlighten you all to the mean of being born under a bad star and much more. Join me, Sandra Elrod and Kenneth Weene when R.J. Ellory joins us for this special two hour show. 

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