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Old 03-18-2018, 09:08 PM
toddster toddster is offline
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Default Tim Barton Book #7

I've been Reading Tim Barton Book #7 that Bill Longyard wrote this week and it has caused me to dig into the other 6 books. Bill you did a great job! Thanks to you, John and Lane for allowing me to spend the whole weekend reading.

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Old 03-19-2018, 10:22 AM
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Default Thank you Todd

We're happy that we could help complete Tim's final works.

Funny that you mentioned that Book 7 caused you to look back into the other books. I had the same thing happen when it first came out.

I recently got a question about the DVD that Tim had promised. Unfortunately, in all the research materials we received, we didn't receive anything in a digital format, nor his computer - so there will be no DVD. In fact, in searching through all the boxes, we didn't even find any notes about what he was thinking of including in the DVD.
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