“Pssst. Pass this back.”
Remember all the trouble you got into when you were in school, passing notes to your friend in the next row? Oh, the teacher sure got mad at you for interrupting, but when you really think about it now, it was some pretty minor stuff.
Imagine if a simple note passed could get you run out of town. That’s what happened to Adam David Miller, and in his memoir “Ticket to Exile” (c.2007, Heyday Books, $14.95, 237 pages) , you’ll read about the life that lead up to one innocent afternoon.