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Being Lucky Can Be The Death of You
by Bill Taylor
AuthorHouse, $16.95, 254pp
Release Date: March 16, 2012
This was a very compelling book for me, hard to put down. It began when William Murdoch was 8 years old and follows his life and adventures for thirty years. He has a lot of different things happen to him but always finds a way out and a way to come out on top of everything. There are several interesting characters in the book as well. By the end of the book he has traveled the world, lived in many different places, worked at a variety jobs and become an extremely wealthy man. ~~ Paula LaPierre

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