'Joseph Wurtenbaugh' is the writing name of Frank Dudley Berry, Jr. Mr. Berry is a retired criminal law professional and entrepreneurial lawyer. Mr. Berry's first novel was 'Thursday's Child', an epic love story that infused a conventional romance formula with a rich novel of ideas. The result is one of the most unusual stories that the casual reader is ever likely to encounter - a narrative that manages to construct a modern epic and a heroic love story out of the most mundane materials of everyday life. His second novel, 'A Prophet Without Honor', is a tightly controlled excursion into the realm of contrafactual history. Written in epistolary form and voiced in a completely different manner that 'Thursday's Child, the book nonetheless has the same epic scope as the first. Mr. Berry has also published three Kindle Select novellas - 'The Old Soul','Warm Moonlight', and 'Newton in the New Age'. The novellas have the same variety in subject, theme, and voice as the novels. 'The Old Soul' is a cross between science fiction and scientific fiction, with the most unusual protagonist any reader is likely to encounter. It was an Amazon Editor's Choice in the second half of 2012. 'Warm Moonlight' is a story of personal redemption, set in New England circa 1900-1920, and with a soupcon of the supernatural. It has been translated into German and added to the Amazon catalog. 'Newton in the New Age' is a modern domestic comedy. I Mr. Berry's notes on these pieces can be found at this blog - "http://grealistink.typepad.com/ wurtenbaughfiction".Read more Read less
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