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Ann Pietrangelo
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Innocence Lost

May 1893. It was one of those glorious spring days that make you grateful to be alive. The young man, Judas, orphaned at age 10 and on his own since age 14, made his way through the muddy streets of Chicago. His yearlong apprenticeship behind him, the dream was at last within his grasp.

The heavy canvas bag slung over his broad shoulders carried his few possessions. Among them, a single change of clothes, a well-worn copy of Shakespeare’s Hamlet, and a haunting Jester mask. A man doesn’t need much when he has a dream.

The streets were bustling with travelers from near and far, eager to explore the exhibits and amusements that made up The Chicago World’s Fair... http://www.judasyorick.com/bio.php 
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Many thanks to AlmostanAuthor.com for this lovely interview.
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