The Road Unseen

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Ballantine Books, 1987 - Religion - 239 pages
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The authors of the beloved bestsellers A Walk Across America and The Walk West move us again. Before he gave up on America, Peter Jenkins decided to walk from one end to the other and see it for himself. He discovered a warm, wonderful people, a wife, and . . . a new way of life. Now millions of faithful fans will find out what the Jenkins couple learned on their walk and how they arrived at a special place inside themselves.

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The Road Unseen
The Call
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Peter Jenkins' 1979 written chronicle and photographs of his first journey, "A Walk Across America," spent three months on "The New York Times" bestseller list. Jenkins has written several more chronicles of his travels, including "The New York Times" bestsellers "The Walk West "and "Across China," and "Along the Edge of America" and "Close Friends," Born in Greenwich, Connecticut, he now lives on a farm in Spring Hill, Tennessee, with his wife, Rita, and their family.

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