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CHOCOLATE. ALIENATION. COMING OF AGE. Lodi author uses his life, family and 20-pound Maine Coon cat as inspiration for his novel

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Posted: Friday, April 12, 2013 7:08 am

With a wife, child, two cats and a career as a Franklin High School English teacher, Lodi author Bill Howard James takes time out from his daily life to write novels. “Parnucklian for Chocolate” is the coming of age tale of Josiah, a 16-year-old boy who is told a tale about his father — who is unable to be active in his life due to his career — and how he finds out the truth.

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