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Burd Street Press, 2002 - Fiction - 287 pages
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Straddling the rural mountains of West Virginia and the high tech go-go world of the computer industry of the 1980s, Chances is the story of an extraordinary young man, the golden girl he falls in love with, and the discovery that nearly destroys their love and wrecks their family. It is a story of triumph and tragedy, of chances taken, chances missed, and chances better left untouched; of a band of "brothers" who stake their fortunes on their faith in each other and battle against enormous odds to nearly reach their promised land.

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Shuster is the recently retired 15-term member of Congress who served as the chairman of the Transportation & Infrastructure Committee and the ranking member of the Select Intelligence Committee. He is currently a visiting professor at St. Francis University.

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