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Passing Through

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Passing Through tells the story of a restless spirit, Palmer Bramlett, who finds himself wandering through the beach cottage he built and lived in for years before old age and frailty put him in a nearby nursing home, where he spent the last, unhappy days of his life. He finds new purpose in the family now living in the refurbished home and is drawn to gifted but ...more
Paperback, 276 pages
Published July 30th 2009 by Xlibris Corporation
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Rodney Haydon
Jan 12, 2014 Rodney Haydon rated it liked it
I normally do not read these types of stories, as they feel like recipes for a Lifetime Channel movie.
I chose this book because I wanted to read more Texas authors. Though not my cup of tea, I did enjoy this supernatural story of a "soul in transition".
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Ron Smith is the author of Running Again in Hollywood Cemetery, runner-up for the National Poetry Series Open Competition and the Samuel French Morse Prize (Margaret Atwood and Donald Hall, judges) and published by University Presses of Florida. His Moon Road: Poems 1986-2005 has just been issued by Louisiana State University Press, and has been praised by Pulitzer-winner Claudia Emerson and Pulit ...more
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