By Stuart R. Schwartz
About the Author
STUART R. SCHWARTZ has labored as an government within the assurance and healthcare Industries for a number of years. Upon retirement he launched into one in every of his lifelong ambitions, to develop into a author. He has written a number of movie scripts in addition to an collection of reports. This e-book includes six of his chosen tales. He earned a B.A. measure in Psychology from Tusculum collage, Greeneville, Tennessee and did a few submit graduate reviews in his company box. He served within the U.S. military, Artillery department for 4 years prior to embarking on a enterprise occupation. He has lived in New Jersey, Tennessee, Texas, and Prague within the Czech Republic. His pursuits contain his writing, examining, track of all genres, horses, cooking, and activities. He could take pleasure in listening to from his neighbors and readers at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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