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Finding Lily: A Memoir

by Richard Clewes

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Part travelogue, part contemplation, Finding Lily is a rich visual record in words and illustrated postcards (mailed by the author to himself along the way) describing the events and people who guide his journey through four continents and diverse cultures. Along the way the author draws life lessons from a Rastafarian tennis pro, a lesbian helicopter pilot stranded on a New Zealand beach, a Balinese Hindu priest and a Russian Afghanistan war vet turned LA cabbie. From grief to redemptive hope and joy, the narrative is at once humorous and deeply felt.… (more)
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Part travelogue, part contemplation, Finding Lily is a rich visual record in words and illustrated postcards (mailed by the author to himself along the way) describing the events and people who guide his journey through four continents and diverse cultures. Along the way the author draws life lessons from a Rastafarian tennis pro, a lesbian helicopter pilot stranded on a New Zealand beach, a Balinese Hindu priest and a Russian Afghanistan war vet turned LA cabbie. From grief to redemptive hope and joy, the narrative is at once humorous and deeply felt.

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