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One Response to Works Cited

  1. Barry Wright says:

    Nice. I just found your site, and look forward to reading the book. I know all about the “writing a book because you’re just gotta” thing, having done it myself. Mine wasn’t about Bruce, but it could have been. The man changed our lives, and that deserves a word or several thousand in thanks.

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