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He's stuck in the Past. She shows him their future.

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Can they succeed in 1920s Hollywood with only friendship to rely on?

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Years ago, they were in love.

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Life can change in the blink of an eye...

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The stakes have never been higher

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Don Robertson

Don Robertson

Don Robertson (1929-1999), lauded by The New Yorker as a "tremendously good writer," published eighteen books in his lifetime, including two others featuring Morris Bird III: The Sum and Total of Now and The Greatest Thing That Almost Happened, which was made into a movie starring James Earl Jones. Robertson is also the author of the highly acclaimed novels Praise the Human Season and The Ideal, Genuine Man.

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