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At 313 pages, with pictures, Dancing in the Shadows is a book of vignettes that are short, poignant, entertaining, and rewarding. Larry is not a professional author, his style is refreshingly his own. It is nice to hear a professional football player, from 1966-1972 NFL seasons, share about his life, told as he is going to tell it:

“…Most of the players from my era had to have a second job in the off-season to make ends meet. And if you (an offensive linemen) were to dance around so as to say “look at me” after executing a pancake block (like the modern defensive players “dance” after tackling the OBs), the coaching staff and fans would probably conclude you are a prime candidate for the funny farm…”―Larry

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And life got better, not worse, once retired from the NFL. Larry discovered a great life after the distractions of fame and easy wealth were left behind.  Finding value in people—and his own salvation:

“…just as you have to look closely at NFL line play to appreciate it, so do life’s “hidden scores” require a similar scrutiny for initial discovery. But once detected, we have ample opportunities to score points with people, instead of with footballs, in theaters without boundaries. It’s my hope, that Dancing in the Shadows, will instill confidence in others to also embark on their own road less traveled, which doesn’t always lead to a home run, but when it does, the bases always seem to be loaded.” ―Larry

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