The Burton Murder, and Other Short Stories

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Trafford Publishing, 2002 - Fiction - 297 pages
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The three short stories represent a man's coming of age on a mid-western farm. One is based upon his youth when he could still see.

After a mistaken identity attack and the events of September 11, 2001, he wrote two stories of the experiences of injury and blindness.

Dr. Stekelenburg credits his faith in Jesus Christ and prayer for his continuing recovery. He realizes that this book was only accomplished due to the efforts of his wife, Sandra, the co-author.

 

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The Burton Murder
5
Zanes Gray
32
1898 A Cattle Drive
62
The 911 Detective Agency Inc
116
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