Going Home for Christmas: 34 Stories Set in the Christmas Season

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AuthorHouse, Oct 15, 2009 - Fiction - 228 pages
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“I began to think about all of the many possibilities of peoples experiences, with the sole relating element being that the happenings would occur during the Christmas season the limitless types of personalities of young adults, older people, children of varying ages.... interesting, happy, sad events...”

“…I decided to make the limit thirty-four.....and here they are: thirty four stories of the Christmas season.”

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Dr. Eric Foster Rhodes is a native of Virginia and grew up in Washington, D.C. He earned four degrees from the George Washington University, and later taught there. Eric is the author of 16 nonfiction books, mostly about management and employee relations. He is currently at work on a book of mystery stories featuring the magician-detective McGregor (see "The Gifts Disappear"). Eric and his wife Barbara are now living on the banks of Florida's Pithlachascotee River, near the Gulf of Mexico

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