REUNION OBITUARIES

REUNION OBITUARIES

These Amtrak engines entered Northeast Regional Service in 1981 and operated through the late 1990s. They are shown at Washington DC Union Station after arriving from New York. The CAPITOL LIMITED runs each way from Washington to Chicago daily. THE PRIVATEER CLAUSE photos

REUNION OBITUARIES BY KEN ROSSIGNOL

Of course, you can start at the beginning of the story

Starting at the beginning of any story has the benefit of providing some background to the story, but what the heck, it’s your decision to approach this tale from any which way you want. HINT: The first three episodes are FREE and Amazon will then give you 200 FREE tokens and only after you use them up will an episode cost you about a nickel, depending on the length. 

REUNION OBITUARIES

REUNION OBITUARIES – A new serialized novel from KINDLE VELLA

Mural inside the Mohave Museum of History in Kingman, a small city at the junction of the old, historic U.S. 66 highway and the modern, high-speed Interstate-40 superhighway in northwestern Arizona. Kingman promotes the former, the old two-lane highway from the glory days of family cross-country travel, to nostalgic visitors. It recalls those days and depicts James Dean, a Hollywood movie heartthrob of the period, who may well have driven his hot rod on old Route 66

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3 Comments on “REUNION OBITUARIES

    • Mona;
      It is being published an episode at a time, 29 are now up and you just read it on your computer at Amazon.com, follow the link. The next one will be live sometime tonight. The first three are free, Amazon then will GIVE you 200 FREE TOKENS needed to unlock more episodes. After that, you can buy 200 tokens for $1.99 and each episode will run you about ONE NICKEL which was the cost of a bottle of Coke when I was delivering my paper route in 1958. PLEASE BE SURE TO FOLLOW the story and THUMBS UP each episode. And thank you for so many years of reading my books. It is my honor to have earned your interest. – Ken

  1. I really enjoyed reading your episodes of Reunion Obituaries and I am looking fforward to reading more. I am sending you my new email.

    Thank you

    Mona Pence

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