This is the hilarious story of a poor boy from the Middle West who became one of America's topflight TV stars. But he was bothered with a boyhood dream and eventually left the big time. He made his home in three continents and became a much-loved world traveller.
Through all the laughter - as it's uproarious at times - there is an underlying serious note, and the fact that his dream came true and brought him long-sought spiritual assurance is a considerable satisfaction to the reader.
Hand of the Cause William Sears hilarious story of his own lifeGeorge Ronald
Softcover; 190 pages
19.8 x 12.9 cm (7.75 x 5 in)