Coon Rapids resident pens book on rural vaudeville life

By Elyse Kaner
ABC Newspapers

Although he had no intentions of pursuing a career in writing, his gift for story telling has lighted his way to a lifelong love affair with the written word.

Michael Fedo, longtime resident of Coon Rapids and retired speech teacher from North Hennepin Community College, has penned his eighth book. A most unusual and entertaining book.

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