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It was a crummy little flag stop town on the Central Pacific railroad line in the middle of a crummy little desert in the middle of Nevada. But that didn’t mean they couldn’t rob the crummy little matchbox of a bank. Ride hard, don't do the hangman's dance.
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Chet Cunningham makes his home in San Diego, California, is a prolific writer of novels and nonfiction. He comes from a newspaper background, so he is geared to produce writing every day and not just when “the muse moves [him].” He has been quoted as saying he doesn’t believe in writer’s block. In 1950, Cunningham was drafted in the Army. After nine months in Japan, he was sent to the front lines of the war in Korea. He participated in two battles and numerous line-crossings and prisoner patrols. Assigned to a heavy weapons company, he served as an 81 mm mortar gunner, squad leader, and section leader. His service earned him the Combat Infantryman’s Badge. Upon conclusion of two years of service, he was discharged in the rank of sergeant. Cunningham was born in Nebraska, grew up in Oregon, worked in Michigan, and went to college in New York City. Now he lives in California. He works in an expanded den in his home and says he never gets to work late due to fog, rain, and traffic jams. “Walk down the hall, turn left, and I’m at work.” He graduated from Pacific University in Forest Grove, Oregon with a BA in journalism, and after his hitch in the Army he received his MS degree from the Columbia University Graduated School in Journalism in New York City in 1954.
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Book Description Wolfpack Publishing, 2013. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1629188565