U-Turn

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Xlibris Corporation, Jun 27, 2012 - Fiction - 172 pages
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Two young friends in love, separate unhappily after high school graduation. One to pursue his dream of wealth and prestige as he seeks the glitter of big city America. The other to remain in her beloved hometown on the banks of the Yellowstone River in southern Montana. Almost a lifetime later, their divergent pathways come together surprisingly in connection with the homestead cabin in which they had played as children. The struggles and twists in their life journeys eventually bring about a convergence of their two pathways. But can this convergence, after so many years, bring the changes in values and goals needed to align their lives once again? What will come of these U-turns in their roadways? And incidentally, what happened to the homestead cabin?
 

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Contents

FOREWORD
7
PROLOGUE
9
CHAPTER 1
15
CHAPTER 2
22
CHAPTER 3
25
CHAPTER 4
28
CHAPTER 5
31
CHAPTER 6
36
CHAPTER 21
89
CHAPTER 22
93
CHAPTER 23
97
CHAPTER 24
101
CHAPTER 25
104
CHAPTER 26
107
CHAPTER 27
110
CHAPTER 28
114

CHAPTER 7
40
CHAPTER 8
43
CHAPTER 9
46
CHAPTER 10
51
CHAPTER 11
57
CHAPTER 12
61
CHAPTER 13
65
CHAPTER 14
68
CHAPTER 15
71
CHAPTER 16
75
CHAPTER 17
78
CHAPTER 18
81
CHAPTER 19
84
CHAPTER 20
87
CHAPTER 29
118
CHAPTER 30
126
CHAPTER 31
131
CHAPTER 32
134
CHAPTER 33
138
CHAPTER 34
145
CHAPTER 35
151
CHAPTER 36
158
CHAPTER 37
162
EPILOGUE
165
AUTHORS NOTES
167
Comments from readers of Paul Krebills novels  
169
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About the author (2012)

Krebill grew up in Oak Park, Illinois. He is an ordained Presbyterian pastor and served parishes in Wyoming and Montana, and also New Zealand. He has been a campus minister and has worked in hospital chaplaincy, as well as on the staff of a large conference center in Lake Tahoe, Nevada.

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