This is the second book of "Forks in the Road" columns, by John T. Sullivan Jr., former Oswego Mayor. He has written over 60 monthly columns in the local daily newspaper, the Oswego Palladium Times, about people in his hometown of Oswego, N.Y. who he came to know and respect, and who made a significant impact on their community.
This is a story of triumph and tragedy, success and shortfall, and most of all, interesting adventures along the way, told by the former Mayor of Oswego, N.Y. (author of "Forks in the Road"), who has led a diverse and interesting personal and political career as a small town lawyer and politician, rising to the top levels of the state and national political hierarchy.
Growing up in the 1950"s and 60"s in a small upstate NY city, the author has interacted with many of the community's leading lights, and has lots of stories to tell, and reminiscences to share. It could be a book about anywhere USA, and in reading the compendium of columns, the reader will get to know people they don't know, and will feel as if they did know them.