**A novel by Leslie D. Soule’s stepfather and literary mentor, Richard A. Anderson**
Joseph Banquo is searching. In fact, he’s been searching for a very long time. The only problem is, he has no idea what the question is. Looking to the arms of religion, the Navy, education and any available girl, the solution seems to always be just beyond his grasp.
Set against the backdrop of California in the 1970s and played out to the music of Bob Dylan and The Grateful Dead, enlightenment may lie in the last place he’d ever think to look…
Novel Summary (By RT Book Reviews): Joseph Banquo is a man in search for meaning in his life. He has not found it in the military or in a monastery, so he has decided to give the academic life a try. However, the harder he reaches for fulfillment and meaning, the less obtainable it becomes. Well he ever realize that happiness comes from within oneself?