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David Crow

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Average rating: 4.57 · 791 ratings · 172 reviews · 1 distinct work
The Pale-Faced Lie

4.57 avg rating — 791 ratings — published 2019 — 3 editions
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"Awesome book!

This book was a page turner for me. The authors story is amazing. I found myself constantly in awe that someone actually lived though it and managed to make a great life for himself. "
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"David Crow knows how to tell a gripping, can't put down story. Since it was his life that makes it even more crazy. Read this book...it'll stay with you even past the last page."
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"The very best!

Hard to believe this book was in Kindle unlimited (free) . I've literally read hundreds of biographies.... This is one of the very best if not the best. I believe Mr crow dug deeper than any writer ive read. I'm so glad you found th..." Read more of this review »
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"David Crow's incredible resilience shines through this story of triumph over adversity. I felt a kinship with him as I read of his challenges and triumphs. What makes one child so persistent and undefeatable, and another crumble? It's a question f..." Read more of this review »
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Freckled is a beautifully told memoir about a girl and her sisters growing up with highly irresponsible hippie parents. Toby and her sisters had to raise themselves in a beautiful but often hostile place where food was scare and the Hawaiian children ...more
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Mrs. Earp by Sherry Monahan
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I became hooked on Sherry Monahan's books with her fabulous, Golden Elixir of the West book. I gave it a five star rating and have shared it with others. Having just finished, Mrs. Earp-The Wives and Lovers of the Earp Brothers, I have another five s ...more
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According to Kate by Chris Enss
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Chris Enss is a writer of great consequence and for many reasons. Her body of excellent work speaks for itself. She is a New York Times best seller and a superstar in western literature. A legend in the Western Writers of American. What I love most a ...more
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Wholly Unraveled by Keele Burgin
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People who have not had a traumatic childhood don't understand the lasting impact it leaves. As I read Keele Burgin's book I remembered the trauma in my own childhood. I bled through the pages for her and knew that healing would be her life's greates ...more
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