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This is what moving and trucking is all about. Humping furniture and displays and exhibits with the humor, camaraderie, honesty and endurance of men that makes a moving company stand tall. Dick Diamond owner of the Diamond Moving Company tells his comical stories nightly at Paddy’s Bar. One that always was requested was the day One-eyed Willie with a belly full of whiskey and a double barreled shotgun came back to argue about his pay. It was fifteen minutes wrong. The wrestling that had occurred had been historically named the Shotgun Boogie. When Dick ultimately issued a double head butt the dance ended. The second most highly story requested was of the broker Jim Lash that wrestled a gorilla at a carnival In Macon Georgia. That outcome was bizarre; truly one of a kind. With all this comedy a dark dilemma is born. A top Diamond road driver with illicit intrigue is moving illegal cargo throughout the country. He decides to stop and is told that cannot happen. Mistakenly his co-driver is brutally beaten nearly to death. A man steps up to handle the situation. His knowledge of moving is still in the novice stage but his handling of a dark operation of revenge is not. Clint Harding’s plan and action makes an extremely interesting story.
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David Spearman served in the U.S. Navy for four years. After discharge he returned home to Detroit Michigan. Following an extensive search he acquired employment in the Moving and Storage Industry. From the beginning he was intrigued with the transportation pro-fession. He spent over forty years enjoying his work. Thru those years in his relations with the Drivers, Customers, and the mul-titude of people involved in Moving and Storage he filed away eons of information for his Novels. With his wife he lives in Michigan and continues to work daily on his writing.
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Book Description David A. Spearman, 2012. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M061574012X
Book Description David A. Spearman, 2012. Paperback. Condition: Brand New. 256 pages. 9.00x6.00x0.58 inches. In Stock. Seller Inventory # zk061574012X