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She heard his footsteps as he came up the hall, and wondered why he was back so soon. He walked into the room, over to the bed, dropped onto it with a deep groan and said, “I can sleep now. I’ve just killed Paul.”

A small town in mid-America is shocked when its most successful merchant commits murder. His daughter tells her father’s story as she lived it at age thirteen.

Breaking Point is a brief story of three generations of one family. It concerns an Irish immigrant great-grandfather and how his influence spread down through the generations into the lives of his grandsons: one the obedient grandson, one the alcoholic. The pressure between them, the weaker against the stronger, grew until all rationalization failed, thus, the breaking point. What will the verdict be?

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