Dancing with Obscurity

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Trafford Publishing, 2002 - Biography & Autobiography - 115 pages
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    There is a reason Dancing with Obscurity is called nonfiction - this is neither a fairy tale nor a make-believe story. This is a true story about a child that was intentionally separated at birth from his father and without his father's knowledge. One man orchestrated this out of greed for money and power. Therefore, this little boy until the age of 21 had to live a life based on lies and full of deceit and betrayal. This was a life he would never have chosen and certainly was not the life his father would have chosen for him, had he been made aware he'd had a son.
    This true story is about a chance meeting between a film producer and a famous father's son, who wants to tell his life story. It's about a man named, Junior. He has officially been given his legal birthright. He wishes to pay tribute to his father and continue where his father left off. His voice has the uncanny likeness to that of his father's. This true living legacy desires to formally be introduced to the world. He has begun that journey in the southeastern part of the United States.

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