The Sower’s Seeds
ISBN: 0971780609
360 pages
$14.95 + shipping
A mysterious tragedy rips apart an Indiana family and orphans three young children: Hurricane, Indy, and Enola Gay.  Raised by different families, we follow them through childhood, college, marriage, careers, and back to their original home.
At its heart, The Sower’s Seeds is about family–those we are born into and those among whom we live.  It’s a story about living and dying, about our characteristic natures and our need for nurturing.  The Sower’s Seeds is a tapestry woven with questions and curiosity–one that recognizes how difficult it is to live with courage, integrity, and happiness.
These wonderful characters show us more smiles than tears and remind us, in Hurricane’s worlds, “You can’t give up on family.”
About James D. Boswell
The Sower’s Seeds is James Boswell’s first major work of fiction.  Born in Plymouth Indiana, in 1947, he graduated from Hanover College in 1969 with a degree from mathematics; from Indiana University, School of Public and Environmental Affairs, in 1976 with an M.P.A, degree; and from the University of Pennsylvania, The Wharton School, in 1983 with an M.B.A degree.  As a naval officer he served aboard nuclear submarines.
Mr. Boswell spent twenty-five years in business, providing management consulting, financial analyses, engineering, and budgeting services to several companies and institutions.  Included among the companies and institutions with which he worked are: Ernst and Young LLP, Coopers & Lybrand (PricewaterhouseCoopers) LLP, the Department of Energy, and the U.S. Navy.
Mr. Boswell currently lives in his hometown of Culver, Indiana, and is busy writing his second novel, The Right Thing To Do.

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