Born A Ramblin' Man by Tom Dennard

By Tom Dennard

a suite of non-fictiion tales of the author's travels and adventures, a patchwork duvet of a e-book, sewn from the threads of an international visitor and conservationist. Eccentric characters and hilarious mishaps will reason you to giggle out loud and shed tears.

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