By Paul Miller

virtually every person longs for a spot the place they slot in, a spot the place they consider secure and enjoyed. for many humans, their households supply this defense, yet Paul Miller needed to locate it out on the earth and in his personal center. In his new novel, a spot to Belong, set within the years following global conflict II, he tells a narrative of a formative years of abuse and as early life at the street in consistent search.

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