VERSION II Warren Zevon. We can relate to this strikingly unique man. We listen to his thoughts and feelings through his music. He spoke of love, heartbreak, loss, redemption and much more. The story begins with a flashback to the 70's. A young woman strikes out on her own with her four year old son and makes her living tending bar at a local biker joint. Her resilient voice in this story clearly illustrates what struggling to survive means for a young mother on her own. Daily encounters with the Hell's Angels, including the leader Michael Angelo, would lead to unpredictable behavior and unexpected friendships. A fateful connection occurs when Warren Zevon steps into that same bar, one summer evening. By Maya Angelou: "You can write me down in history with hateful, twisted lies, you can tread me in this very dirt, but still, like dust, I'll rise." Warren Zevon
About the Author
Rae Murphy is a former police officer. She has two children and one grandchild. She is dedicated to her family and granddaughter, Violet Rae. In addition she plans on writing another novel soon. Look for it online in 2011.