Michael's Eulogy centers around one man having to play God over a decision that pertains to not only a convicted murderer, but also the lives of a whole town and especially, the man's late best friend. Danny Gardner is asked to speak the eulogy at the funeral of his childhood best friend Michael Connolly, who had committed suicide, leaving a letter for everyone to read. But a day following the funeral and Danny's return home, he's given a letter written by Michael, explaining in riddles the true reason of suicide and that the original letter is more of a ploy. Confused and uncertain of the letter'smeaning, Danny recalls a pastmurder of a female classmate of theirs. Having to investigate hidden lies surrounding her murder that entails with the letter, Danny returns to Michael's hometown, but this time to cross examine the town's most protected secret that could destroy the entire town if discovered and revealed. ChristopherWilliamSelnawas born inMission Viejo, California. When hewas six his family moved to Scottsdale, Arizona, where he attended Sandpiper Elementary, Desert Shadows Middle School, and graduated at St. Mary's High School. After graduation, Christopher enlisted in theMarines and served four active years and was discharged honorably. He then attended Scottsdale Community College, and after a year of tending school, he decided to move to Los Angeles and pursue a screenwriting career. During his time in Los Angeles, Christopher Selna had worked at three restaurants as a bartender, notably Mastro's Steakhouse in Beverly Hills. Deciding that there were too many distractions he moved to Oregon with half of his first novel completed. Shortly after, he finished that novel and two more afterwards. Leaving Oregon a year later, he returned to Arizona where he started and finished his fourth novel, Michael's Eulogy. He still resides in Scottsdale, Arizona, and is working on a new novel.With each step I planted onto the crispy and sodden lawn, I felt that the noise was louder than a bursting cherry bomb, ... only, destroying your minda#39;s senses of other noises that were going on, making it seem louder and more conspicuous.
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