Al Clark (Book One)

He is a man without a past, and a questionable future.

Al Clark wakes inside a coffin-like box, in a place he does not remember.  Amnesia leaves him with nothing to draw on. His surroundings offer few clues to explain his situation. Even his name has been wiped from his mind.
His new moniker comes from a faded placard outside the door of the small compartment containing the  metal box where he woke. The sign is old, and hard to make out, but it looks like Al…Clark.
At forty-something, Al is beginning a new life.  A brand new life without the benefit of experience to guide him.

It is the beginning of a quest that will take him to places he could not imagine, manage feats he would not have thought possible, and teach him the value of true friendship.

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Amazon Kindle: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00NMWRTNY

Amazon Paperback: https://www.amazon.com/AL-CLARK-Jonathan-G-Meyer/dp/1720011915

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