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Books by 
Dr. Richard Lee Montgomery


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Published 2013
49 pages
 ISBN# - 978-0-9898399-0-7 
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Published 2014 
158 pages
ISBN# 978-09898399-5-2



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Published 2016
272 pages
 ISBN# - 978-1-942806-00-4



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Published 2016
155 pages
 ISBN# - 978-0-9898399-0-7

Living in the Land of Cotton Biography Series



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Published 2017
29 pages
ISBN# 978-1-94806-12-7
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Published 2017
25 pages
ISBN# 978-1-942806-13-4 
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Published 2018
36 pages
ISBN# 978-1-942806-14-1 

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