[ Read ] ➲ Balmoral (Bad Reputation, #2) Author Matt Hader – Writerscompany.co.uk

Balmoral (Bad Reputation, #2) In The 2011 Novel Bad Reputation, Larry, The Talented And Dedicated Cook At Dink S Diner, A Popular Balmoral Meeting Spot, Met A 37 Year Old Loner Named John Caul Unknown To Larry At That Time, John Caul Was Hatching A Wayward Plan To Bring Harm To The Town Of Balmoral For The Lifetime Of Ostracization He D Been Experiencing Ostracization Brought On By The Accidental Damage John, Himself, Caused The Town Twenty Years Earlier When He Was A Teenager.Balmoral Takes Place Nine Months Before The Events Of Bad Reputation Larry Has Yet To Even Discover The Town Of Balmoral And, Sadly, Having Recently Given Up On His Artistic Dreams, He S Floundering Through Life Without Purpose, Which Leads To An Unfortunate, But Inevitable, Arrest.While Serving The Community Service Portion Of His Sentence Delivering Meals For Senior Citizens, Larry Meets Mr Herman In The Town Of Balmoral Mr Herman Is A Somewhat Unlikeable Recluse Who Enlists The Reluctant Larry To Help Him Complete A Task To Right A Wrong He Caused Earlier In His Own Life Larry Doesn T Quite Realize It Then, But The Steps He Takes In Assisting Mr Herman Will Be The Catalyst He Needs Toward Becoming The Man He Is To Soon Be.

10 thoughts on “Balmoral (Bad Reputation, #2)

  1. says:

    Balmoral is a hard boiled tale with a soft heart at its core The story focuses on the relationship between Larry and Mr Herman They are men of two different backgrounds, and are of two extremely different generations And yet, as their relationship

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About the Author: Matt Hader

Matt Hader s circuitous route to becoming a professional writer followed an unlikely path through post collegiate classes at The Second City, on air shifts in Chicago area radio station studios, and working as an emergency 9 1 1 Communications Officer He s had numerous screenplay options and production deals over the years, and in 2011 his first novel, Bad Reputation, was published, followed by s