The Unvarnished Truth
In “The Unvarnished Truth”, Arnold Cross talks in detail about his first marriage. He tells of the problems that got worse and worse the longer they were married. He also tells more stories from his life: growing up in the Cumberland Mountains of East Tennessee; serving in the Air Force for 20 years and some of the characters and good friends he has known in the service; his second and third marriages; retirement, seeking out the type of work he wanted to do; finding his passion in woodworking, especially making F5 model mandolins.
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