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Wandering Home by Paul Stutzman
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Wandering Home

by Paul Stutzman

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Johnny Miller was twenty-three when he died the first time. The truck hit him as he pedaled along a Texas road, biking across the country in an attempt to find, somehow, somewhere, a new life. His old life, you see, had vanished like a vapor. He thought he had lost everything on the day he lost his dear Annie. But he will lose far more before finally finding the way that leads to home... and life and peace. This is the second journey in The Wanderers series from storyteller Paul Stutzman. You will meet Johnny on the first of his journeys in The Wanderers, a tale of love and loss and searching for home.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:22:04 -0400)

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