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CB Skelton Takes Readers on an Emotional and Gripping Ride Through a Young Manís Story of Tragedy and Redemption

The author details the first-hand accounts of a young manís amazing experiences in real life and as a refugee. It is truly a story of redemption and faith.


ďThe story has definitely captured our hearts and opened our eyes to the realities of that time. The circumstances and redeeming ways of God are indeed life-changing.Ē

Author CB Skeltonís book ďA Simple Seller of NoodlesĒ is an inspirational read that presents the highs and lows of SamSanís life, from being a near-victim of infanticide to becoming a tourist service guide for the royal family and a sought-after interpreter for the Cambodian military. He was falsely imprisoned, but dramatically released only to be swept into Pol Potísdeath mach and four years of brutal labor. The book also accounts SamSanís almost impossible escape to freedom and life as a refugee in the United States. SamSanís unbelievable but true life journey and the realities of the period are detailed and presented in this captivating story.

This emotional, yet inspiring, read is recommended for all readers looking for literature filled with information, history, inspiration and eye-opening facts on the Khmer Rouge. This book is sure to enlighten many hearts and minds about the unbelievable saving and healing ways of God.

ďA Simple Seller of NoodlesĒ by CB Skelton has been selected as one of the many awesomely inspiring reads to be presented in the 2019 ACRL on April 10-12, 2019 in Cleveland, Ohio.

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ďA Simple Seller of NoodlesĒ

Written by: CB Skelton

Published by: ReadersMagnet

Published date: November 28, 2017

Paperback price: $14.95

About the Author:

CB Skelton is a retired family practitioner in Winder, Georgia, and his 42 year-practice included all facets of medicine: orthopedics, surgery, obstetrics and even anesthesia. He was born in Atlanta, Georgia, in 1926; the fifth child of Newton A. Skelton and Rosa L. Turner. After his third birthday, The Great Depression hit and his family lost their home. Due to poverty, his family became tenant farmers. He graduated from Russell High School in East Point, Georgia before turning 16 and studied his AB degree in Mercer University. At age 18 he was drafted and selected for Officer Candidate School and trained for duty as an infantry officer in the planned invasion of Japan. After completing his army tour, he enrolled in The Emory University School of Medicine and married Nora Louisa Hart. After completing medical school in 1951, they moved to Shreveport for an internship and then to Monroe for a residency. The couple was blessed with five daughters. More than a year after Noraís passing in 1988, he married Penny Morris and together they claim 23 grandchildren and 24 great-grandchildren. He began public writing in 1994 with a weekly column titled Random Rants in Rhyme. He is very much involved in community affairs and current events, is a proud family man, is an unashamed Christian with a conservative philosophy, and loves telling stories and teaching life lessons. He is the author of Dirty Laundry Donít Take No Doctorís Orders and†Fil-osophy/Phool-osophy and ďA Simple Seller of NoodlesĒ.

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