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Young Pie Face was born with a heart of gold in a world so cold. Being the eldest of five, he begins working at age eight, later he becomes a bootlegger. When trouble arises, he is now forced to ride the deadly rails at the age of thirteen. Come ride with young Pie Face as he trudges though America's great Depression, meeting both friends and foes, setting forth on an epic adventure that will span two continents.

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Young Pie Face was born with a heart of gold in a world so cold. Being the eldest of five, he begins working at age eight, later he becomes a bootlegger. When trouble arises, he is now forced to ride the deadly rails at the age of thirteen. Come ride with young Pie Face as he trudges though America's great Depression, meeting both friends and foes, setting forth on an epic adventure that will span two continents.
Autorenporträt
Walter Hill Jr. is a second-generation entrepreneur from Petersburg, Virginia, where his father owned three small businesses: an auto body shop, an ESSO service station, and a fuel oil delivery service.After working with his father and attending the University of Maryland, Walter moved to Los Angeles, where he became a notable leader in the brand-marketing industry. The companies he led were recognized by both customers and the industry for exemplary service, ethics, and value to customers.Walter founded Icon Blue in 1998, and within its first few years of operation, the company earned the Macy's Star Supplier Award and American Honda Motor's Tier One Supplier Award. His business achievements have been noted by The Wall Street Journal, Advertising Age, Counselor, Advantages and other magazines. He is the recipient of Counselor's Marvin Spike Lifetime Achievement Award and the Greater Los Angeles African American Chamber of Commerce Lifetime Achievement Award.Walter has served on the boards of the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce, the Greater Los Angeles African American Chamber of Commerce, The Mattel Children's Hospital Board at UCLA, and The Eras Center, a school for children with learning disabilities.He is an avid runner and enjoys golf with his wife, Bonnie. They have three daughters and twelve grandchildren.