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The Front Bench Regulars : Wit and Wisdom…

The Front Bench Regulars : Wit and Wisdom from Back Home in the Hills

by Larry Dablemont

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This book is the author's recollections of his boyhood, working after school in an Ozarks pool hall owned by his father and grandfather, and the old farmers and rivermen who were his best friends. He writes a hilarious account of what he remembers of the nightly occurrences woven around the hunting and fishing stories and tales those old men told which helped to steer a young boy toward a life as an outdoor writer. This true account of those years in the 1960's is all about real people and real situations, and will bring a lot of laughs to anyone who remembers the wit and wisdom of old-timers just like these.

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