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The Nearly Man - All Living Fear - Home Too Soon (CD, Album)

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  4. The lawyer also gives Chuck Leo's diary, which he hopes contains the answers, but is stolen by Leo's housekeeper, Mrs. Ford, who claims to have earned the money by her loyal service all those decades. She is found dead, head fatally smashed on a stone, Chuck says she must have fallen, but had opportunity to do it.
  5. There is a reason this double CD album has 5 stars in the reviews. IMO Gary Moore is the best blues guitarist to have lived. When we lost him, we lost something very special. I read a comment somewhere concerning Gary's ability. The person wrote that God had called Gary home because God needed guitar lessons. I couldn't have said it better/5().
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