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Crossing The Road By M. Frank Gilbreath
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Crossing The Road is a collection of stories that illustrate my "Crossing The Road" of life. As a dying man told me once, “ I’ve had a good run”. I have had a "good... More > run" from a small Texas town to Europe and Africa. These are the stories about where and how I ran. Most of the stories are true, or at least as I remember them. At any rate, I read one time that the truth should never get in the way of a good story< Less
Crossing The Road By M. Frank Gilbreath
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Crossing The Road is a collection of stories that illustrate my "Crossing The Road" of life. As a dying man told me once, “ I’ve had a good run”. I also have had a... More > "good run" from a small Texas town to Europe and Africa. These are the stories about where and how I ran. Most of the stories are true, or at least as I remember them. At any rate, I read one time that the truth should never get in the way of a good story< Less
Cross Roads By Ricardo Dubois
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Have you ever wished you could somehow get a glimpse of what your life would have been like if you had made different decisions. If you had married someone else, gone to a different college, served... More > in the military. During the course of our lives we constantly make decisions. Some simple, some more complex. Crossroads take you on a journey, as one man is give a unique opportunity to see what his life would have been like if when he faced the crucial decisions in his life, if he had chosen differently. This gut wrenching insight takes you on a roller coaster ride of highs and lows, but in the end. It's the life we choose is the life we live< Less
Crossing Roads By Thomas James
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Eighteen year old Elizabeth receives an unexpected phone call from an old friend, Michael, who she knew in high school and had since moved away, inviting her to a wedding. Although her father... More > forbids her to go, she packs for a weekend trip to New York. Before she leaves her home in Pennsylvania, her father tells her, if she leaves, don’t even think about coming home again. Despite her troubling mind, Elizabeth has a good time meeting Michael’s family and is treated like a new addition, which ruffles the feathers of the new Brides. Michael and Elizabeth experience their first sexual encounter that night and Michael knows he can not let this girl walk out of his life and asks Elizabeth to live with him. Knowing she can not go home, and falling in love with Michael, she accepts. The young couple begins a journey through a new life together.< Less
Charing Cross Road By Jude Rawlins
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A pocket collection of poems by English artist and rock singer Jude Rawlins.
Cross Road Blues By David Walter Hall
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A short and graphic play about Robert Johnson, the renowned Delta Blues singer, and his alleged pact with the devil.
Crossing along a silk road By Lionel Avignon, Cecilia Garroni Parisi
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Photographic journey through china along the silk road, by Lionel Avignon & Cecilia Garroni Parisi Traversée photographique de la chine sur la route de la soie par Lionel Avignon et... More > Cecilia Garroni Parisi< Less
Why Did The Chicken Cross The Road? By Angel Finney
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This is a book about faith and how ,when activated, will take you to the other side.
Why Did The Chicken Cross The Road? By Angel Finney
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This is a book about faith and how ,when activated, will take you to the other side.
Why did the Chicken Cross the Road? By Larry Murdock
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A collection of essays on outmoded phrases and words we still use in everyday speech, told with the help of childhood memories, bits of Midwestern history, and liberal dashes of humor.