They Called Me Trouble
FriesenPress, Sep 1, 2012
A young boy finds trouble, adventure and joy on his journey to maturity during the Great Depression and World War II. From a small Hudson River town to an upscale suburban community to an all-boy's boarding school he learns the hard way. The characters, friends and situations he confronts almost derail him. Help on his journey come from diverse individuals who provide a wide variety of fundamental truths. The era comes vividly alive and the excitement of his journey is contagious. Read and enjoy.
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