“Like My Father Before Me” — from the inside flap

At eighteen, Chris Jamison has already experienced a lifetime of tragedy and injustice. Now, just months from high school graduation and the freedom he’s dreamed of, the last thing he wants is more trouble.

His father, Jerry Jamison, fights for labor unions as a negotiator-for-hire. But his methods are unorthodox, his allegiance suspect, and his actions tainted by crippling guilt. Continue reading