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This Book by Fran Rathmann Tells a Story of a Pup Born in an Alley in the Ghetto

“The Ghetto Dog: A True Story” will show readers the thrilling true story of a pup whose greatest fear is to be caught and be taken to a pound where he will be euthanized.

San Antonio, Texas, USA – WEBWIRE

The predicament of whether to stay or move away will be guided by the greatest principle in life, that is, to survive.

Fran Rathmann gives readers a glimpse of reality and how hard it is for a pup to survive on its own. “The Ghetto Dog: A True Story” illustrates the pup’s many adventures. The pup is caught in a dilemma of deciding whether to stay in the ghetto or move away. But the pup is determined to survive.

“The Ghetto Dog: A True Story” shares the exciting true to life adventure of a little pup born in an alley in the ghetto. This pup is determined to stay alive despite facing the predicament of deciding whether to stay or move away from the ghetto. Seeking an opportunity which might not be there, the pup has had many adventures, both bad and good.

The situation of the pup living in the ghetto and having this crisis of whether to stay or to move away for survival can easily be reflected in any person not only living in the ghetto but anybody who is having the same predicament. This is what makes this book exciting and thrilling. “The Ghetto Dog: A True Story” is not only recommended for readers who are dog lovers but readers of all ages who can relate to the situation of the pup and how to deal with such circumstance. This book and other books of interest will be displayed in the upcoming 2018 New York Rights Fair which will be happening on May 30, 2018. Be there, bring friends and grab a copy!
The Ghetto Dog: A True Story
Written by: Fran Rathmann
Published by: Bandera Press
Date published: October 24, 2012
Paperback price: $10.99

About the Author
Fran Rathmann is a lifelong resident of San Antonio, Texas. She holds a bachelor of arts in English and a master’s of science in sociology from the University of Texas at San Antonio. She plans to complete her education with a PhD in the sociology of literature. Her thesis titled German Americans: Immigration, Relations and Assimilation was published by ProQuest. She has published a sociological work titled “The Ghetto Dog,” and several children’s stories. Fran has been published in the San Antonio Express Newspaper poetry column and placed in a Reader’s Digest competition. She has several writings published in the Oasis Journals. She plans to publish her two western/frontier manuscripts and a book of mourning poetry and is presently working on a fantasy/adventure romance. She enjoys her flower garden and caring for feral cats.

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 The Ghetto Dog
 A True Story
 Fran Rathmann

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