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Way Off the Road: Discovering the Peculiar Charms of Small Town America by  Bill Geist - First Edition - 2007-05-15 - from Kayleighbug Books and Biblio.com

Way Off the Road: Discovering the Peculiar Charms of Small Town America

by Geist, Bill

Condition: Very Good/Very Good


New York: Broadway, 2007-05-15. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. light edge wear to boards and jacket; Coming on the heels of Geist's 5,600-mile RV trip across America is a hilarious and compelling mix of stories along with some observations on his 20 years of life on the road.

BILL GEIST is an Emmy Award–winning correspondent and commentator for CBS News, appearing weekly on CBS News Sunday Morning and contributing to other programs such as the CBS Evening News and 48 Hours , as well as to CBS Sports coverage of  the Olympic Games, the SuperBowl, the World Series, and the Final Four. He is the bestselling author of six previous books: Little League Confidential ; The Big Five-Oh! —Fearing, Facing, and Fighting 50 ; City Slickers ; Fore! Play (it’s about golf); Monster Trucks and Hair-in-a-Can —Who Says America Doesn’t Make Anything Anymore? ; and The Zucchini Plague and Other Tales of Suburbia. Geist and his wife, Jody, have two children, Willie and Libby, and live in New York City.




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