Jackson Choice

Disillusioned with his career and affected by divorce, Casey Borlen moves to the small town of Jackson to start a new life at a slower pace. But he finds more challenges in this bucolic setting than he expected and discovers weaknesses and strengths he did not know he had. Unforeseen situations cloud Casey's judgment and cause him to second-guess the choices he has made, until a run-in with nature helps him to refocus on his true priorities. Jackson Choice explores the intricacies of relationships and internal conflict, and their effect on the decisions people make. In thinking about Casey's predicament, readers will be inspired to reconsider what is important in their own lives.

Gerard F. Murrin Jerry Murrin's love of the outdoors led him to question land use, or misuse, in America and inspired him to write Forty Acres. He lives with his wife Tracy, and between them they have five teenagers. Jerry's fulltime career is as a financial officer for a company outside of Chicago. He is also the author of Jackson Choice.

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