by Wally Wiggins
Willow Run is a collection of short stories told by Michael O'Leary to his best friend, Doc Stuart. O'Leary is a trial lawyer practicing in a picturesque university town who discovers one day that he is a leading player in a drama of his own creation.
O'Leary's stories begin with his first criminal trial and end with a tale which puts Solomon's wisdom to the test. In between we encounter the ecstasy of young love, the havoc created by mid-life passion and the agony of love lost.
The village of Glenwood, located beside the headwaters of Lake Iroquois, is a thinly disguised university town in upstate New York. It is the focal point which ties O'Leary's stories together in a pattern of fact and fantasy.
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