I was Canright's Secretary
TEACH Services, Inc., 2003 - 191 pages
Sworn to secrecy when employed to assist D.M. Canright, Mrs. Johnson, now many years after his death, feels that she is no longer bound to this pledge to keep in strict confidence what she heard and saw during the period of time she served as his secretary. Her story, plus the result of her years of painstaking research, combines and forms a new and fascinating portrait of Dudley Marvin Canright.
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