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is 150 years old—or so he claims. No one believes him, except Spangle Rollins,
the young woman who is writing his outlandish tales for publication. Henry has
no idea where he came from, or how he ended up in the park where he was found
so many years ago. Henry cannot explain anything of substance about his life,
his family, or his history—only that he has somehow managed to kill a large
number of very bad people and gotten away with it for well over a century. He
may be old and tired, but he's not ready to die. Not yet. First, he has to save
someone special from becoming a victim of those who want to see her dead. It
will happen; he's seen it all before, he's lived it. It's deja vu, once again.
Myers traveled the world in the US Air Force during the Cuban Missile
Crisis and the war in Vietnam, which meant landing in many exciting
locales--some great, some not, and some almost too exotic to survive. Myers
used his GI Bill to graduate from university with a degree in English and
Following graduation, and
as always looking for excitement, Myers moved to Tehran, Iran to work as an
analyst focused on the Middle East. When the Shah of Iran's flag started to
droop, Myers returned to the United States to find employment with a major
international air carrier, leading to much more travel and excitement.