The Way Things Were at Crooked Run

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Xlibris Corporation, Mar 8, 2005 - Biography & Autobiography - 149 pages
Do you remember LITTLE HOUSE ON THE PRAIRIE and THE WALTONS? Then, this book is for you. It is about "old times" in the South. Listen to some newspaper reviewer comments. "Greens book is a MUST READ for anyone interested in the way things were and for anyone interested in reading a good story...From the first page to the last page, you will be hard pressed to put it down." - Stephen H. Smith, "The Soperton News." "These are 149 pages of heartwarming and heart-rending happenings of his family and friends over the years. Read the book. It is an inspiration." - Dr. Kemp Mabry, "The Statesboro Herald."
 

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The sixty-two year old author has had an exciting eventful life and a rich family heritage that embraces many humorous and breath taking stories from the Civil War and primitive rural life in the nineteenth century. Darkened by a trail of tragic and heart-rending episodes that speckled his restless past, life begins to take on new meaning and a dramatic transformation occurs from poor farm worker, to computer programmer, to banker, to life-changing experiences birthing a transition to Christian service. Untimely deaths of five family members shook Bob and Martha’s marriage. Few lives have been so sobering yet so victorious.

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