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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 19, 2008

    Grand Central Winter: Stories From the Street

    In working with the homeless many of whom suffer the horrors of addiction it is hard to find stories to relate other than common 'war stories'. In Grand Central Winter Mr. Stringer takes us on an adventure from sleeping in the bowls of New York City's Grand Central Station to a triumph of spirit over the soul. I know his story to be genuine and from the heart because I have suffered and surmounted similar circumstances. I am grateful to have had the privilege to read Grand Central Winter. I highly recommend this book to anyone whose soul has cried out into the night. RJ Beaumont Executive Vice President Christian Charity Fund NEPA Wilkes-Barre, PA

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 19, 2008

    Grand Central Winter: Stories From the Street

    In working with the homeless many of whom suffer the horrors of addiction it is hard to find stories to relate other than common 'war stories'. In Grand Central Winter Mr.Stringer takes us on an adventure from sleeping in the bowls of New York City's Grand Central Station to a triumph of spirit over the soul. I know his story to be genuine and from the heart because I have suffered and surmounted similar circumstances. I am grateful to have had the privilege to read Grand Central Winter. I highly recommend this book to anyone whoes soul has cried out into the night. RJ Beaumont Executive Vice President Chhristian Charity Fund NEPA Wilkes-Barre, PA

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