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Amos

Amos

by West, Stanley Gordon

A sports legend resides in a nursing home who encounters and unexpected life journey. West’s AMOS is an imposing landscape of human drama and emotion – hear-rendering, timeless, hilarious, stunning, joyful, - an incredible story, a book that rips readers early and late, a novel they don’t want to end… a page turner with heart, a joy to read, a treasure to cherish...

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Finding Laura Buggs

Finding Laura Buggs

by West, Stanley Gordon

1949 Saint Paul/Minneapolis – those memorable days of push lawn mowers, corner grocery stores, big-band music, burning leaves and filling stations that check the oil and wash the windshield.  On this nostalgic canvas, Stanley West has set his riveting and heartwarming novel, the devastating story of young Sandy Meyer...

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Growing An Inch

Growing An Inch

by West, Stanley Gordon

1949A story about a boy who made a solemn vow and became a man keeping it. Saint Paul/Minneapolis - Those unforgettable days after World War II when people turned back to their personal lives with optimism, a time of Fibber McGee and Molly, newsreels, milkmen, boogie-woogie, The Best Years of Our Lives and chrome grilled automobiles...

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Sweet Shattered Dreams

Sweet Shattered Dreams

by West, Stanley Gordon

After squandering a life bright with promise, Sonny Hollister, a renowned folk singer, finds himself down and out and running for his life.  Then, Just when he's convinced his life has passed him by, Sonny, by a stroke of fate, is given a second chance at living...

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Until They Bring the Streetcars Back

Until They Bring the Streetcars Back

by West, Stanley Gordon

949 St. Paul, MN - that hopeful post-war era where streetcars graced the city, drive-ins bloomed, the internet and shopping centers didn't exist and people handn't yet fled to the suburbs...

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You Are My Sunshine

You Are My Sunshine

by West, Stanley Gordon

Set on a Montana ranch in the mid-1800s, You Are My Sunshine tells the story of Abraham Rockhammer, his children and his grandchildren.  Abraham left Ohio with his pioneer spirit in his head and his heart.  His piece of Montana did not come easy, but, was pristine until his new neighbor, young Henry Weebow, started to mine for ore on the opposite side of th sacred mountain Abraham called...

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Similar Titles

  • Finding Laura Buggs
  • Growing An Inch
  • Sweet Shattered Dreams
  • Until They Bring the Streetcars Back
  • You Are My Sunshine
  • Amos
 

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