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Eye of The Diamond-T Paperback – October 31, 2014

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From a childhood spent among travelling lounge musicians, to his first job as an electronics repairman on the Navajo Nation, to his lone wanderings through Europe as a Catholic convert, to his motorcycle explorations of the backroads of America, Bill LaBrie's life has been moulded by journeys--some of them even mythical, perhaps. A graduate of the great books program at Thomas More College, Bill went on to a twenty-year long career in technology working for large corporations. He's now a published journalist, poet, and songwriter. Still based in his hometown of Phoenix, Arizona, Bill is a dedicated father who serves on the board of a local non-profit that helps disadvantaged youth regain confidence and hope.

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