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Will Primos (Primos.com), said, "'The Sacred Hunt' spoke volumes to me. Good story telling is an art and Jerry has it figured out. Through Jerry's written word, I was reminded of loved ones who impacted my life. You will be reminded of your loved ones, too. Woven into what was a tear jerking story for me, is the account of a little boy, how his loving family enriched and shaped his life for the better, and the clear lesson that we should focus on what really matters in life. I needed to read this story because it reminded me how we can be such a positive influence in each others' lives." Sonya Parish Sanderson, Member of the Mississippi Children's Home Services Board, Sportswoman, avid hunter of Whitetail Deer and other, North American Species, and who has also taken the African Big 5, said, "I think Will Primos got it right. "The Sacred Hunt" is a story we all need to read from time to time because it reminds us how important we are to each other, immediately and over our lives, as we invest time, attention, and love into each other for safe keeping and returns that, when they happen, might not come for years or decades down the road. "The Sacred Hunt" is really about family. It poignantly reminds us that the deepest, most important lessons about life and living happen at home, taught by immediate and extended-family loved ones, as they demonstrate how to live with others, in and out of the family circle. In purchasing this book, you have directly helped build that 'place' this story reminds us that all children need. In the grand scheme of life, it is hard to imagine a more important work. Regarding the work of Jerry File Jr., the Author of "The Sacred Hunt," Steve Yarbrough said, "Jerry has his own unique voice,...He's got an eye for the telling detail, too, and he knows what people sound like...this man's the real deal."
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Jerry File Jr. is a Mississippian and a thoroughly southern, United States writer whose stories address universal plights faced by man the world over. Jerry writes in a big, southern voice that goes delicate and precise, exactly when it needs to. Steve Yarbrough said, "...this man's the real deal."
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