Lost on Route 66: tales from the Mother Road
Katelyn Bohl, Eric Wilder
Gondwana Press, Apr 1, 2010 - Fiction - 168 pages
Lost on Route 66 is a compendium of short stories, poetry and essays about The Mother Road, Route 66.
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