Everyday life is full of joys and sorrows, triumphs and failures. In the thirty-four stories in this collection you will share in the laughter and tears of Other People's Lives.
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Betty Kreier Lubinski says . . . I've always been interested in other people's lives. I've been a warm shoulder for friends to cry on. I'm a sympathetic listener for everybody's troubles. I love to eavesdrop in public places, and make up stories about what I've heard. I love to observe people who don't know their being watched?how they scratch their noses or pull at their pantyhose, make faces, or stick out their tongues. People are fascinating. I hope you, too, will find them that way in "Other People's Lives."
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