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Approaching Sunset has generated a lot of interest and excitement and we think it would be an excellent addition to your library.
As Jason Spradlin enters his final year at State University and hoping to ease into retirement, he is confronted by a series of acts that demand a response. A faculty member denied promotion sets out to kill those on the committee. A fraternity pledge dies after being forced to drink excessive alcohol and Jason closes the fraternity, then is faced by alumni who sue the university. Females attracted to the Me#Too movement accuse male counterparts of sexual harassment forcing Jason to establish guidelines to bring the males to justice and to cease their exploits.
But Jason is encouraged as State continues to increase in numbers of students and gain national recognition for the research by faculty. With the support of the Governor, he sets out to gain equity in salaries of females who lag behind their male colleagues. But the Governor wants State to establish a Law School. With increased donations he is able to construct additional facilities and in an unusual approach, State purchases a group of small businesses near the campus with the goal of replacing those with facilities for State. He is pleased when his son, Tony, is hired as the basketball coach and State's football team is invited to the Rose Bowl.
Plans for full retirement are put on hold as his wife, Kathryn Helweg, agrees to fill in as Director of the Medical school when the long time leader dies. For the first time in his life, Jason is faced with free days with no responsibilities.