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  • Bob Biderman Books
    in education program which he managed for several years He also started an alternative publishing house which produced a number of books focusing on the social issues of the time He moved to Europe in the 1980s living both in France and Britain where he settled in 1984 Since then he has worked as a writer lecturer and editor with specific interest in the nature of cities He currently edits

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  • Bob Biderman - books
    s quest for social justice in the aftermath of the cold war This is a wonderful pot pourri of a book part thriller part contemporary history part family saga It is also gripping reading beautifully written and at times very funny Tribune website preview KOBA Victor Gollancz London 1988 Black Apollo Press Cambridge 2009 Who is Koba For Morris Kaplan Koba was a fellow student protester Left wing attorney Rocky Calhoon believes he was a freedom fighter killed in Bolivia Others think he is still alive and running drugs from South America A taut witty atmospheric thriller set in 80 s San Francisco and peopled with survivors of May 68 A sharply compulsive narrative Oxford Times Engaging scenes of Bay Area low life Sunday Times London website preview GENESIS FILES Victor Gollancz London 1988 Walker New York 1991 When an outbreak of salmonella at a San Francisco hospital coincides with a mysterious and deadly explosion at its research laboratory there is some dangerous detective work to be done by Joseph Radkin a feisty investigative journalist and anxious father to be reluctantly covering the story for a down market tabloid What was Dr Greene the last bastion of community medicine doing in the laboratory at the dead of night And why was he there with Professor Krohl a genetic engineer whose idea of public health was giving every frog an extra head A lively conspiracy thriller high spirited and thought provoking Bloodhound Has a zip and freshness of narration hard to resist funny as well Guardian A pacey tale with a vigorously human hero and a central theme that distressingly comes closer to reality than fiction The Lady The Genesis Files was selected by the Guardian as one of the ten best crime novels of 1998 preview A KNIGHT AT SEA as R J Raskin Black Apollo Press Cambridge 2009 On the 12th of April 1955 Raymond Chandler boarded the Mauritania in New York setting sail for the England of his youth Four years later he died a lonely alcoholic in a small town on the South Californian coast A Knight at Sea is a fictional account of this story Woven like a film noir this is a Chandleresque tale of bizarre friendship coupled with intrigue and murder Probably the best novel about Raymond Chandler ever written Brilliant bold witty political and totally absorbing Ozymandias website preview TECHNOFARM Black Apollo Press Cambridge 2014 A strange disease is killing off the residents of Cambridge Could it have to do with an agricultural research station experimenting in bio genetics Or does it involve something equally sinister the distribution of tainted cooking oil that caused hundreds of deaths in Spain The clock is ticking as famed epidemiologist Peter Grant races to solve the mystery before the city succumbs to a serious plague Timely and terrifying as today s headlines website JUDGEMENT OF DEATH Victor Gollancz London 1989 Walker New York 1992 Chivers large print edition USA 1992 Joseph Radkin is sent to London to

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  • Bob Biderman - Essays, Travel Articles and Reviews
    Great Fear The Imperial President Why Be British The New Crusaders Them and Us A Brief History of Publishing On Letting a Thousand Flowers Bloom Conversing with David Pinder TRAVEL ARTICLES Portuguese Zen Hungry Wolve s Trapped inside a Large Metallic Object Flying for Ten Hours London to Brussels on Eurostar Berlin REVIEWS Tony Hillerman s Joe Leaphorn and Jim Chee The Wandering Jews Two Exhibitions in Amsterdam Allen Ginsberg

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  • Stories by Bob Biderman
    POETRY LINKS CONTACT STORIES Cafe Royal Apes and Opera Singers Further Education The Salesman The Polka Dotted Postman Seven Dials Cafe Vertigo The Other Side of Paradise Sparky s Diner

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  • Bob Biderman - Poetry
    CONTACT Poetry Beginings and Ends Seeing Eden Shifting Sands Oh to be a Seed Again Dreamtime One Day it Happened Angry Leviathan Another Day in Paradise Buena Vista Social Club Buena Vista Social Club II Just War Midnight Special Prism

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  • Bob Biderman -Links
    blackapollo fkb html Kevin Biderman Photographer www kbiderman com ReikiJoy www reikijoy co uk Helena Walsh Performance Artist www helenawalsh com Gabriel Biderman photography www ruinism com Bill Snyder Journalist www billsnyder biz Ian Saville Playwright Performer www redmagic co uk Pamela Givens Singer Songwriter www pamela givens net Lisa Selvidge Author www lisaselvidge com Lasar Letter Media Monitor www lasarletter net drupal index php Online Novels http online novels

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  • Bob Biderman - Contacts
    HOME BOOKS ARTICLES STORIES POETRY LINKS CONTACT Contacts To contact the author email bob biderman yahoo com For queries related to book orders email blackapollo gmail com

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  • down the hall ignoring the walls and what passed for an exhibit Joseph took a quick look at the canvases on display They should pay us he said Try Piccadilly if you like your nudes on velvet chum she replied without giving him a second glance The hallway led into a large multilevel space The balcony had a bar very chicly black on white a huge mirror to admire yourself in or cause yourself to cringe and windows that looked out onto the promenade The lower level had a series of café booths with smooth flowing lines that turned themselves into curlicues the 1930s took for style To the left and through an arch you could see a self service arrangement of salads and stuff sitting prettily behind some glass just like it would have been in California If you had a nose for curry you might have smelled it back there too Nice he said Very art deco Glad you approve she replied Are you having anything to eat You are on an expense account aren t you He shook his head Not yet I m still negotiating though She sighed If we re only having coffee it s better at the bar They have an espresso machine A woman after my own heart Joseph winked She made a grimace All you Yanks have the same line don t you Depends on where we re coming from he said following her up the balcony stairs It seems to me you re all coming from New York or California The ones who say they come from California really came from New York first said Joseph But I meant in their head Then they re not coming very far She glanced at the barman Two coffees please The barman pointed to the clock on the wall and said Sorry The bar closes at half two Kate looked back at Joseph and shrugged Too late For what he asked I know the English make drunkenness obligatory by forcing everyone to drink by the clock but I didn t realize you did that with coffee too The machine s behind the bar said the attendant taking a cloth and wiping a few sudsy glasses without bothering to give them a rinse He s American Kate explained I know said the barman You can tell them a mile away Is it a disease asked Joseph Do I have spots You might say that said Kate This no coffee thing is a joke right Joseph looked at her expecting a chuckle She shook her head I m afraid not Joseph turned to the barman How about just giving us some coffee pal You re standing there we re standing here All it takes is for you to press that button He pointed to the switch on the machine Sorry said the barman Why are you sorry Joseph went on Are you sorry that you can t make us a cup of coffee Because if you

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