Jacob – A Denouement in One Act

Jacob 1st edition hardback illustrated by Adam Oehlers is available eBay – click here to buy!

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2020 Holiday season availability: Black Dog Books in Zionsville & the Kurt Vonnegut Museum Library downtown Indy

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If you have ever wondered, “What happened to poor, old Jacob Marley?” this story is for you.

JACOB taps the powers of friendship, redemption & great, good cheer to tell Jacob Marley’s rest of the story. Traveling over time & space, JACOB sews up loose ends & answers questions about Ebenezer Scrooge’s erstwhile partner & ghostly visitor, serving as an homage and denouement to Charles Dickens’ beloved classic, A Christmas Carol. A novel crafted as a story-within-a-story, JACOB is a hardback, cloth-bound first edition, beautifully illustrated by British artist Adam Oehlers, a serendipitous collaboration, to be sure – check out the illustrations posted at this site.

Jacob in all its stages & incarnations is protected by copyright, register & filings with the Library of Congress, 2014-2019, all rights reserved Dakeha Taunus LLC Kimann Schultz

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