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Living at the Foot of the Cross is a fictional story. The characters and situations are a product of this writer's imagination and should not be construed to represent actual persons, places, or things. Having said that, I confess to using ficticious towns,rivers, and fish in a real state in the real USA and even using actual towns in Ohio as a point of general reference. Some of the characters I have named after people I have known, not because they bear any resemblence to each other but simply because I like the name and wanted to honor my friend or family member with a mention in my book. Well, I hope they take it as an honor.

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