Behold a Time of Passing

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Xlibris Corporation, Jun 1, 2000 - Fiction
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This drama takes place in the city of brotherly love, Philadelphia, in the year 1940. Brad Hamilton, a commercial photographer, who after taking pictures of an incident on a bridge, finds himself deeply involved in mystery, danger, and intrigue. Together with his loyal secretary and a small group of friends he meets along the way, they battle a fierce espionage ring. In the middle of all the action, love finds its way to the small group. Brad, Justin, and Mike find themselves in a very surprising situation at story's end. Making a good account of themselves, Chris, Amanda, and Lorraine, handle the danger that haunts them throughout this fascinating and exciting mystery with great resolve. This novel tells a unique story and represents the change of pace many readers clamor for. Its clean and honest appeal is quickly embraced. It appeals to all ages, young and old, male and female.
 

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Contents

Chapter Two
12
Chapter Seven
27
Chapter Eleven
41
Chapter Fourteen
54
Chapter Seventeen
71
Chapter TwentyOne
85
Chapter TwentyFive
99
Chapter TwentyNine
111
Chapter ThirtyThree
126
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About the author (2000)

Ray and Elizabeth Nuzzo are long-time residents of colonial New England. They live in historic Litchfield, Connecticut. They have special interests in art culture, theater, and writing. Close association with performers and writers through the past several years has given them a good insight into the field of writing.

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