Don Bloch

A Shadow at the Gate

This is a book of adventure and travel. It is also a memoir, reflecting the author’s love for the people and the land, but do not expect a sentimental reflection of years gone by. These stories connect us all as human beings. Bloch expresses his deep wonder as a child, frustration with his studies at the seminary, and his deep longing for freedom. Freedom he receives during his rollicking free life as a hobo, and he flies through graphic descriptions of piloting jet airplanes. Finally Bloch reaches an honest insight into what it’s like to be a special agent/pilot for the Drug Enforcement Administration. Here is the first part of his story.
524 printed pages
Original publication


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