Between Pieces (Running Nowhere Trilogy Book 2)
By Paul Keene
Teenager Conor Kelman starts high school in a new town determined to make friends. A small group of students with their own brand of bizarre behavior accepts him. He watches life from the outside as they take him on a roller coaster of parties, drinking, girls and tragedy.
Teenager Conor Kelman starts high school in a new town determined to make friends that set good examples; however, trouble greets Conor the minute he enters the doors of the new school. He attracts friends the exact opposite of those his eighth grade teacher recommended. The new friends struggle with their own bizarre behaviors and take Conor on a roller coaster gone wild. He feels like an outsider. Parties and sex fail to satisy the hunger that gnaws his insides. Fans reach out to him, in his mind, while he strums the pawnshop guitar named Gabbie. They chant and scream his name as he gyrates under bright lights. And for a brief moment, Conor belongs.
Books by Paul Keene
by Paul Keene
Conor Kelman, a young man coming of age in the 50s is in a constant state of awkward discomfort. Outwardly, he searches for something to call his own--girlfriend, guitar, a little white house in an apple orchard. Inwardly, Conor hangs from a cliff by his fingertips. The visions that play in his head haunt and distract. They won't stop no matter how fast or far he runs. Journey with Conor and discover the joy growing within the pain.
by Paul Keene
Conor's addictive and impulsive behaviors make him a prime target for those who take advantage of the upcoming star. He takes to the world of rampant sex, parties, pills and alcohol not knowing his life will turn upside down as his career and life itself fall in the hands of others. In the end, he must choose between music and the girl that loves him—or a little white house in the orchard and the girl that brings back memories.