Book 2 of the Mea Culpa trilogy picks up where book 1 ends. Dennis is still trying to find himself and his place in the universe. Land of Enchantment is a raw, brutally honest introspection of what it means to be a human being trying to decipher real from fake. Dennis uses his experiences as a male, a husband, and father to deconstruct his life to determine where he went wrong. Yes, Dennis took a wrong turn after Albuquerque and found himself in hell.
Mea Culpa: A Way out of Hell: Land of Enchantment reveals that Dennis has more adventures than Sinbad the Sailor, all the while trying to do right by his God, his family, and himself. The story rolls through Native American pueblos, a state capitol, national capitals, and military terrain. It is sacred and profane: a sinner determined to make amends, first by clearly understanding the nature of his sins before he begins atonement.
The book hopes to entice you to enter into the mind of a man in a hell of his own making looking for a way out. It is the cry of the penitente as he earnestly looks for salvation and redemption.