By Thom Cantrall
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As a tender boy in Colonial the United States, Abraham Marr’s existence replaced in a typhoon of violence and irrevocable offerings that propelled him on a trip clear of family, convenience and outdated international certainties. He couldn't know the way the implications of his lifestyles will be felt for generations to come back. Rockfish is a stirring chronicle of a Virginia kin within the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains nonetheless dwelling out the repercussions of Marr’s offerings generations later.
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Across the Wide Missouri by Thom Cantrall