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    A Child Born Man

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      For author Kenneth H. Thompson, childhood was anything but idyllic. In his memoir, he chronicles his life story and the lessons he learned in the process. Born in Brooklyn, New York, he grew up with two brothers and two sisters, but he suffered abuse at the hands of his step-father.

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      my inspirational journey through the storms and darkness in life in order to see the light in a full spiritual balance

    • Frances Williams

      A Child Born Man - Kenneth H. Thompson - This auto biography details Thompson's journey through the storms and the darkness in life, but it also narrates how God came to help and instilled light in his mind and soul and facilitated a complete spiritual balance.

    • Kenneth Thompson

      A Child Born Man by Kenneth H. Thompson,http://www.amazon.com/dp/1475922817/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_EE1Rsb0M0XNX1HEG

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      A Child Born Man: Kenneth H. Thompson: Amazon.com: Kindle Store

    • Kenneth Thompson

      my inspirational autobiography A CHILD BORN MAN

    • Kenneth Thompson

      A Child Born Man- my inspirational autobiography

    • Kenneth Thompson

      my inspirational story

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      my book cover

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