13 Years of Misunderstanding

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AuthorHouse, Sep 24, 2007 - Biography & Autobiography - 256 pages
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You will not be alone in wanting to go and get a feel of the place, even though there is nothing to be seen of the house now, although the well is visible still.

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The Biography of

Ronald K. Cook

Ronald Cook, a native of Denver, Colorado, grew up in the streets of Oak Cliff, the inner city of Dallas, Texas. The only son of Cynthia Cook, Ron, has two sisters, Tiiti Cook, and Sparkle Cook. Ron spent most of his life in the streets as: a hustler, a gang banger and a straight up thug. A life that mirrored those who raised him, Ron, from the age of eleven, knew no other way. This Manchild later made the acquaintance of someone who would set in motion his transformation in to a better man and person.

The sole provider for three children; MesíMeriah, MeríCedes, and KC, Ron now works for a prestigious law firm Banowsky & Levine PC, and is the proprietor of a painting company. In addition, Ron is currently a prominent member of the church of Christ at Mountain View in Dallas Texas. Having battled self doubt and self pity first hand, Ron now wants to share his living testimony with everyone that has been told, in one form or another, that they would not live to see the age of 30. Ron has never moved from Oak Cliff and hopes that his example and writings will propitiate change in the world community that surrounds us. Ronald Cook has poured his heart and soul into this first of many books and would like to extend his appreciation to all that read his work.

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