MCP Books Announces the Release of Honed Virtue A Coming of Age Story

Janet Kalish Early tragedy orphans him, but the love and support of a multinational loving and supportive family leads him to a remarkable discovery at 13 years old that sets the entire family up for life financially

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Janet Kalish

Early tragedy orphans him, but the love and support of a multinational loving and supportive family leads him to a remarkable discovery at 13 years old that sets the entire family up for life financially

ENCINITAS, Calif.

Within the pages of Honed Virtue ($16.95, paperback, 9781545625644; $8.99, e-book, 9781545628690), readers will follow the story of a five-year-old boy living in rural Oregon during the Great Depression and through puberty.

“Early tragedy orphans him, but the love and support of a multinational loving and supportive family leads him to a remarkable discovery at 13 years old that sets the entire family up for life financially,” David Radmore says. “The characters and woven story will make you laugh, cry, and at times shock you, particularly if you are a female.”

The coming of age story is a hard-to-put-down book.

“In a nation of many cultures, faiths and races, Honed Virtue honors diversity through the story of two multinational families who open themselves to each other through mutual love, respect and trust, which enriches all of them,” the author states. “.”

David Radmore's previous books were Impacts and Quests. Radmore grew up Oregon.