Forty Miles to Richmond

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AuthorHouse, Feb 1, 2005 - Fiction - 248 pages
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Jackson Baird is a man with a problem. On the outside he appears to the world as an over-achieving musician to both his old college friends and the rest of the world, inside, Jack is torn between his heart and his mind, at a complete loss over which to follow. Lost in a desert of indecision, Jack attempts to find his way by revisiting his turbulent youth only to find that in five years since graduation, nothing has changed, and that before he can understand his questions and find his answers, he must first understand himself. The road to understanding is fraught with pain and heartache, and Jack must decide if finding peace and understanding is really what he wants.

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