Just Bill

Barry Knister (Author)
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Description

When you help someone else...the one you help most is yourself

Residents of the Donegal Golf and Country Club are very attached to their dogs. They depend on them for companionship and love. Dogs aren't just pets at Donegal, but cherished members of the family.

Bill's a big, affectionate Labrador retriever mutt who is rescued by his owner after escaping a puppy mill. He's a bit of an oddity at Donegal, where most dogs are small and cute and professionally bred. Even so, Bill is friends with all the other dogs and owners.

When Ruby, the granddaughter of Bill's master comes to visit, trouble starts. Ruby is afraid her father will stop loving her because he has a new wife and baby. When this fear leads Ruby to tell a lie, Bill's master is forced to surrender his dog to an animal shelter.

But Bill's love is unconditional--he'll do anything to be reunited with his master. By story's end, this love will lead others to see a simple truth: when you help someone else--a child, or even a dog--the one you help most is yourself.

Product Details

Price
$23.95
Publisher
BHC Press/Asher
Publish Date
November 14, 2017
Pages
168
Dimensions
5.5 X 0.5 X 8.5 inches | 0.77 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781946848130
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About the Author

After a career of college teaching, Barry Knister returned to writing fiction. The Dating Service, his first novel, was published by Berkley. He's written four other novels, including Just Bill (releasing 2017), The Anything Goes Girl, Deep North, and Godsend. Knister is the past secretary of Detroit Working Writers, and the former director of the Cranbrook Summer Writers Conference. He has published travel and humor in local markets, and writes an occasional blog/column for the Naples (Florida) Daily News. He lives in Michigan with his wife Barbara, and their Aussie shepherd, Skylar.