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by William J McBurney

Where the jobs are, 1981 download ebook
William J McBurney
Chilton Book Co (1980)
205 pages
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Where the Boys Are. A Novel. Our lives are better left to chance-I could have missed the pain. But I’d of had to miss the dance. Junior’s doing a fine job here. For Tim, Victor, and. the boys on the dance floor. So long as the power doesn’t shut off at midnight.

We were flying away from Washington . again, leaving the Sturm und Drang of our hometown in early August for a point nearly as far east on the . map as one can get. It is Down East, in the vernacular of Maine, and the town of Eastport, where residents say the sun first rises over the United States, as does the moon, which gets far too little attention.