The Cliff Walk: A Memoir of a Job Lost and a Life Found

Paperback | July 20, 1998

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Snyder's account of temporarily losing his way in life presents a heartrending and inspiring memoir that "confronts the not-so-secret fear that haunts every American who works for a living" ("Atlanta Journal-Constitution"). Author pubilcity. .

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Snyder's account of temporarily losing his way in life presents a heartrending and inspiring memoir that "confronts the not-so-secret fear that haunts every American who works for a living" ("Atlanta Journal-Constitution"). Author pubilcity.

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Snyder's account of temporarily losing his way in life presents a heartrending and inspiring memoir that "confronts the not-so-secret fear that haunts every American who works for a living" ("Atlanta Journal-Constitution"). Author pubilcity. .

Don J. Snyder is the author of "The Cliff Walk", "Of Time and Memory", "A Soldier's Disgrace", "From the Point" and "Veteran's Park".

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:272 pages, 8.25 × 5.5 × 0.75 inPublished:July 20, 1998Publisher:Little, Brown And Company

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ISBN - 10:0316803480

ISBN - 13:9780316803489

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Snyder's account of temporarily losing his way in life presents a heartrending and inspiring memoir that "confronts the not-so-secret fear that haunts every American who works for a living" ("Atlanta Journal-Constitution"). Author pubilcity.