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In this audiobook Growing Up Poor in a Frank Lloyd Wright Home, the author discusses how a family tragedy turns from bad to worse; or so it seemed. A poor family moves into a home that quickly proves that "all that glitters aint gold." Was this really the plan of Frank Lloyd Wright; America's most famous and respected architect or God's Divine providence? This is truly an exhilarating story.

©2013 Stanley G Buford (P)2013 Stanley G Buford

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As a long time Frank Lloyd Wright fan and Chicago area resident, this story was perfect for me. I am frustrated, however, because none of the information state whether this is fiction or non/l-fiction. During most of the story, irate had plausibility, but the ending did not. I'm assuming this is just historic fiction.