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Don't I Know You?
by Terry W Burns   

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Publisher:  The Fiction Works ISBN-10:  1581249292 Type: 


Copyright:  Jan 1 2002

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What would life be like for a man everyone thought they knew on sight? This book answers the question.

What would life be like if everyone you met thought they recognized you? Slaps on the back, free meals and drinks, included in every circle, but would it always be a good thing?

Larry Smith had this gift - or curse - it had always been there. Over the years he learned to use it and refined it to a fine art. Then he discovered, sometimes it could backfire.

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Reviewed by Terry Burns 3/31/2003
Terry, my book came today, I started reading it about 12 PM and could not
put it down until I finished it, of course, I was helping with the laundry
and doing a few other things but I got right back to it as soon as possible
and finished about 5 PM. You did a wonderful job weaving this book, also.
I, too, am sorry your friend Dan Parkinson did not live to see his character
in print, in your book. You did yourself proud and I am sure Dan would have
been proud. It is very difficult these days to find a "clean" book, (w/o it
being a religious book). Larry got into a lot of trouble, but did a lot of
good. I would like to ask what year the book is set in, I am guessing the
late 1800's? The Panhandle being where I spent about 20-25 years of my
life, I could certainly identify with Palo Duro Canyon, just cannot imagine
having ranches there at one time.

Guess you can tell by now that I really did enjoy the book. Let me know
when the next one is due out. Of course, my maiden name was Smith so I
certainly know what Smith's go thru.

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