I believe remembering to live in the moment more—embracing this life and accepting that it won’t go on forever—stopping to reflect on what I’ve done and what I still need to do—will make me grateful for each moment I have left.
Mac uses his homeless buddy Rufus and some other homeless friends to help gather evidence. Eventually, the investigation leads Mac to Norris Peterson, the man who caused Mac’s downfall.
The inclusion of homeless characters, is nothing short of a Dickens (Oliver Twist-y) technique. I loved the leader of the homeless people, Lord Bozworth. He speaks with a British accent and it’s rumored that he even attended Oxford. Author Adams uses Bozworth to galvanize the homeless people to help Mac’s efforts to save the woman and to vindicate himself.
Rave Reviews Book Club member Jeffrey Von Glahn has more than 40 years of experience in psychotherapy! That’s what inspired him to write the book, “Jessica: The Autobiography of an Infant”, amzn.to/1zeQjPu.