EB020-three short stories by David P Griffin.
Author: David P Griffin
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These are three short stories written at different times.
The first one is who’s watching over you at night, story about a weekend Clark working at the only convenient store out by Lake Travis.
Hey tow tail story about telling boats on Lake Travis and Lake Austin in the adventures you will have.
And finally letters to the boys this is a letter I sent to my two boys that I haven’t seen in
20 years the kind of things that boys need to know when growing up but because
I was divorced and the mother move them halfway across the country these things are never said.
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