The Interview

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BalboaPress, Nov 4, 2011 - Family & Relationships - 576 pages
This book will touch every emotion, and inform the reader how easy it is to become homeless, and how we can help each other to avoid this life change. It gives hope to those who want to get out of this unfortunate life.
 

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Contents

Part I CHAPTER ONE
1
CHAPTER TWO
17
CHAPTER THREE
39
Part II CHAPTER FOUR
59
CHAPTER FIVE
77
CHAPTER SIX
99
CHAPTER SEVEN
113
CHAPTER EIGHT
129
CHAPTER SEVENTEEN
301
CHAPTER EIGHTEEN
321
CHAPTER NINETEEN
337
CHAPTER TWENTY
351
CHAPTER TWENTYONE
373
CHAPTER TWENTYTWO
393
CHAPTER TWENTYTHREE
413
CHAPTER TWENTYFOUR
429

Part III CHAPTER NINE
151
CHAPTER TEN
171
CHAPTER ELEVEN
189
CHAPTER TWELVE
205
CHAPTER THIRTEEN
227
CHAPTER FOURTEEN
245
CHAPTER FIFTEEN
265
CHAPTER SIXTEEN
281
Part IV CHAPTER TWENTYFIVE
451
CHAPTER TWENTYSIX
473
CHAPTER TWENTYSEVEN
489
CHAPTER TWENTYEIGHT
509
CHAPTER TWENTYNINE
533
CHAPTER THIRTY
551
CHAPTER THIRTY ONE
561
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About the author (2011)

L. M. Henderson has lived in the San Francisco Bay Area all her life. She and her late husband were involved in little theatre throughout their marriage. He was an actor, and Linda was a singer. They have six grandchildren. Linda still performs on stage periodically. She and her husband traveled to many places and enjoyed the different cultures. After dabbling in hobbies of jewelry making, dried flower arrangements, and music, Linda is now enjoying writing.

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