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Ron Hall (author)
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Same Kind of Different as Me is a non-fiction autobiographical sketch of the authors Denver Moore and Ron Hall. Denver Moore is a homeless illiterate yet deeply spiritual black man who spends much of his life as a modern-day plantation slave, homeless hobo and jail inmate. Ron Hall is a wealthy widower, well-educated white man with several homes and his own art gallery business. These two unlikely characters are brought together by the vision of Deborah Hall, Ron's deceased wife, in her belief that Denver Moore is "the poor man whose wisdom saves the city" a quote from Solomon in Scripture. Deborah's unyielding energy and commitment drive Denver and Ron together before and through her untimely death at fifty-five of cancer. The authors write this book about their own experiences apart, together and in relation to what Deborah does in their life. They write with the assistance of...

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