J.D. Trafford: Little Boy Lost

 

 

One becomes many

 

St Louis, Missouri is the city, Glass is the family. Politically astute, wealthy and powerful. But not every family member is on the same train. Justin Glass runs a one-man law office to help the poor.

After the death of his wife he barely manages his day to day clients. It’s a struggle. Money is tight and his daughter needs him, but it’s another little girl who awakens him with a jar-full of change, and the story of a missing brother.

J.D. Trafford delivers us a character to remember in Justin Glass and the people he desperately wants to help. A strong, moving novel.

~ June Lorraine

 

  One thought on “J.D. Trafford: Little Boy Lost

  1. Lynne
    November 5, 2017 at 6:11 PM

    Seems like a good novel, June. A rainy wknd so I got a lot done around the house!

    Sent from my iPad

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