From These Bones: A fable about Detroit

From These Bones: A fable about Detroit

by Bill Lane, Richard Gloff

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Overview

FROM THESE BONES

Detroit was a ruin. Burnt out. Rusted through. Dark and dangerous.
But one man, reclusive billionaire Conrad Brenner saw beyond the dust and ashes. Stepping forward with the vision and the cash, he would wipe away the rubble and fear, replacing them with pride, success and progress.

Resurrection had arrived. It was what the people of Detroit always spoke of, dreamed of and prayed for...wasn't it?

Co-authors Richard Gloff and Bill Lane have crafted a cautionary tale about the social morality of 21st Century America. FROM THESE BONES is controversial, unexpected, and a fast-paced read. America will be talking about FROM THESE BONES.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781501030901
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 09/20/2014
Pages: 156
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.36(d)

About the Author

The Co-Authors

About
Richard Gloff


Richard Gloff is a veteran of the twin wars of advertising and finance. He was wounded in both but managed a complete recovery.
His work is characterized as being unexpected and surreal.
He has also co-written several screenplays.
He lives in New Mexico with his dog Robespierre. He tries to get to Paris at least once a year. He was born in Detroit a long time ago.

Also by the author:

The Millennial Fables (a collection of short stories)
The America Show (another collection of short stories)
Felony County (a novel)


About
Bill Lane

In his almost 10,000 days at the J. Walter Thompson Company, Bill Lane became one of the most decorated copywriters of his time - winning dozens of awards for his work on Kodak (Times of Your Life), Ford (Have You Driven a Ford...Lately?), Sprint and Northwest Airlines (Some People Just Know How to Fly).
Over time, he held Creative Director positions in the New York, Detroit, San Francisco and Los Angeles offices of JWT. He served as General Manager of both San Francisco and Los Angeles and was a member of Thompson's worldwide board of directors during the fateful, final days of J. Walter Thompson as an independent company.
He is an ASCAP songwriter, published photographer and lives at the foot of the Hollywood Hills.

Also by the author:
A Craft, a Calling, and a Cause,
Missing Piece and
Original Love.

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