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Billy Watson's Croker Sack

by Franklin Burroughs

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Do you have places or events which you hold dear? Which contributed to who you are right now? Well, find a cozy corner and curl up with this marvelous collection of short story/essays for a few hours. Franklin Burroughs will take you into his childhood and his adulthood, into South Carolina and Maine, hunting and fishing with men who shaped him and men whom he is impressed by. Allow the author to beautifully remind you that we never know what lies beneath the surface of our psyche unless we allow it to unfold, just as we never know what we will find when we start to tell a story or to open up Billy Watson's croker sack. Sometimes the power of a word or tale lies in the periphery of our souls......Mmmmmm. ( )
  hemlokgang | Dec 9, 2013 |
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