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  • Letters to Nanette by Bob Biderman
    did not Not that is until Bob Biderman gave us his superb Letters to Nanette About Books American Library Association Set in 1963 this wonderfully warm novel imaginatively recaptures the American atmosphere at the beginning of the Vietnam War and depicts one man s resolve to meet manhood on his own terms Letters to Nanette is really one long open letter to a young nation that refuses to throw off its own adolescent misconceptions of growing up ALA Booklist Letters to Nanette explores richly and humorously one of the dilemmas faced fy the early 60s generation The alienated bohemianism of North Beach and Berkely that became a well spring for the movements beginning to emerge gives the book a substantial flavor of an all too faded history San Francisco Review of Books This book provides not only good reading but a profitable trip back to a fateful moment in national history Choice Magazine Book Selection Journal for University Libraries A terrific book It made me laugh and cry Important and timely B ob Fass WBAI Radio New York City A truly wonderful book covers a major chunk of my generation s history Kris Welch KPFA Morning Show Berkeley See the

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  • Sacha Dumont's Amsterdam
    Sacha Dumont We give it a five star rating Visions of the City Magazine Quality paperback ISBN 9781900355438 RRP 12 00 Purchase through Amazon US or Amazon UK eBook for Kindle and iPad Immediate download For Kindle Order through AMAZON

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  • The Polka-dotted Postman by Bob Biderman, Illustrations by Cat Webb
    team up to celebrate the fascinating thought patterns of unusual minds through stories and images creating a book that s wonderfully inventive insightful an d humorous ISBN 9781906448080 Price UK 8 00 BLACK APOLLO MYSTERIES Black Apollo Press www blackapollo

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  • Joseph Radkin Investigations
    book part thriller part contemporary history part family saga It is also gripping reading beautifully written and at times very funny Tribune View on Amazon Purchase for Kindle Book 2 The Genesis Files ISBN 9781900355377 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 pacey tale with a vigorously human hero and a central theme that distressingly comes closer to reality than fiction The Lady View on Amazon Purchase for Kindle Book 3 Judgement of Death ISBN 9781900355384 Joseph Radkin is sent to London to take over a story comparing two sensational poison trials one contemporary the other a notorious Victorian case His assignment soon takes on a sinister aspect as Radkin learns that his predecessor s death may not have been an accident Tracing the shadowy connections between past and present Radkin uncovers corruption and worse among the highest echelons of British society Roller coaster pace leaves reader breathless The Guardian View on Amazon Purchase for Kindle Book 4 Paper Cuts ISBN 9781900355193 Investigative journalist Joseph Radkin is sent to Oregon to look into a bitter dispute between the logging industry and environmentalists When a famed ecologist is killed coupled with the disappearance of a lumber boss daughter Radkin finds himself caught up in a dangerous story that goes far beyond clear cutting the

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  • Black Apollo Press - Hearing Silence: Learning to Teach Mathematics by Laurinda Brown and Alf Coles
    over 10 years researching strategies for the teaching of mathematics Their work is valued in both the research and teaching communities worldwide research projects in the development of teaching in mathematics education tend to encourage models of critically reflective practice t his type of research is well illustrated by the work of Coles and Brown from Nickson M 2003 A review of BSRLM research 1995 2002 ed J Winter British

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  • Black Apollo Press - Mariner's Chronicle by Archibald Duncan
    disasters at sea in the English Language and was an immediate best seller Now made newly available these stories of suffering and survival will have lost none of their resonance for all those interested in maritime history With an introduction and notes by Nigel Pickford author of The Atlas of Shipwreck and Treasure The Mariner s Chronicle Edited by Archibald Duncan RRP 13 95 17 95 14 95 Paperback ISBN

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  • Black Apollo Press - In Darkest London by Margaret Harkness
    John Law is considered one of the important expounders of social realism in late 19 th century England Her passionate sense of justice and determined desire for social reform are paramount in all her writings and her description of the impoverishment in the East End of London where she lived for several years gathering first hand material about the lives and labour of the people there is keenly observed In

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  • Black Apollo Press - Cultural (Dis)Connections by Renee Hubert
    later in colleges and museums of the East Coast readings of Lorca s poetry or performances of his plays repeatedly took place The family as a unit not as separate individuals attended these events Their expression was solemn as they sat silently next to each other The occasion was not a well deserved celebration but an instance of full fledged mourning The family was acquitting itself of a debt capable of immunizing against their American environment This devotion not only characterized the life of the poet s mother and her three surviving children but it also distanced them from their daily life For a spectator like myself it appeared that they were enacting the tragic end of a Lorca play such as The House of Alba A few years later we met Lorca s contemporary Jorge Guillen and his daughter Teresa and son Claudio They eagerly made friends with people of every origin and every generation Their cosmopolitanism had little in common with the grief of the Lorcas all of whom returned to Spain long before the death of Franco The daughter of German Jewish parents both of them prominent physicians defending liberal causes Renée Riese Hubert was bundled out

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