Award Winning Author
R. William Bennett reads between the lines of A Christmas Carol — And explains why Scrooge needed the lesser known ghost most of all. It takes a lot of moxie to write a book based on A Christmas Carol. Charles Dickens’ classic has been re-read and re-told in many languages for many years.
Jacob T. Marley
Marley’s backstory is vividly revealed in the latest Christmas tale from award winning author R. William (Bill) Bennett. In Jacob T. Marley, Bennett examines – in Dickensian detail – the prideful and ruthless taskmaster who taught Scrooge how to be Scrooge and then in a turn of character, saved him from the brink of a terrible fate.
A Fearless Storyteller
Bennett explores in Jacob T. Marley — Why he was drawn to Scrooge’s mentor more than any other character in A Christmas Carol and felt the urge to tell his story. How the partnership between two mean-spirited, miserly men should have led to eternal damnation – but didn’t.