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“I loved Fred Voss’ book “My House Was Not a Home.” Fred has a way of setting up the story line and instantly making me feel like I was there, watching the interactions of his characters. For example, in the chapter titled “Getting Even for My Sins” the storytelling at the barbershop was just hilarious. I could picture the way the barbershop looked, the men sitting around and talking, and Fred trying to be one of the men. His ability to spin the tale made it interesting and pleasurable, and the whole book tends to read this way. Whether Fred was telling something incredibly sad, poignant, or exciting, the accents, the characters, leap out at you as easily as when you turn on an old Andy Griffith show and immediately know what’s going on. This book is just a great read.”

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