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That Printer of Udell's

by Harold Bell Wright

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--The Boston Globe
"(A) thoroughly good novel"

--The New York Times
"Decidedly interesting"

--Church and Synagogue Library Association
"This is a book that will appeal to both men and women. It should have a place in church libraries."

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Dick Falkner’s childhood consisted of poverty and abuse from an alcoholic father. Recognizing his life for what it was, he ran away from his home, but he could not run away from all of his problems.

Sixteen years later he found himself hungry of body and empty of spirit in a small Midwestern town. He was determined to make something of himself and to not be controlled by alcohol.

Initially, he finds no help in this so-called Christian town. Eventually, he is taken in by George Udell, a local publisher and a kind-hearted man. George Udell gives the young man a job, and something more important: spiritual support. Through hard work and Christian morals, the man who becomes known as "that printer of Udell’s" rises above his past to a new life with God, inspiring those around him along the way.

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This book is also about bringing a message to our thoughts. It is about caring for others less fortunate than yourself and helping them to better themselves. Our president Ronald Regan agreed with its message, and tried to give it others. The printer hires a man that no one in the town will hire because he is so unkept. He comes to find that the man, Dick, is honest and hard working. A worthy person in disguise, and together they get involved in a group of people who wish to reach out to poor wanderers. Please Note: This book has been reformatted to be easy to read in true text, not scanned images that can sometimes be difficult to decipher. The Microsoft eBook has a contents page linked to the chapter headings for easy navigation. The Adobe eBook has bookmarks at chapter headings and is printable up to two full copies per year. Both versions are text searchable.

About the Author
Harold Bell Wright, born in Rome, New York, in 1872, did not lead a life of luxury. He was a self-taught man who had to overcome many challenges, including his constant fight against tuberculosis. While still young, Wright traveled extensively. Being a religious man, he decided to spend his time as a traveling minister, eventually settling down with permanent churches in Missouri, California, and Kansas. His religious practices led him to write the first of many books, all of which address particular problems. His main goal for writing lay within his desire to write about the goodness of mankind.



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