Monthly Archives: July 1990

Family Tree

Nancy Lamoureux #077 FAM 1990.008 A, B Family Tree is a saga about vulnerable Sarah Morgan and later, her daughter, loyal Judith Stanhope. With tragic consequences, both love compassionate Dr. Warren Hollis. Interwoven with accurate medical genetics and nursing history … Continue reading

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Cynthia and the Blue Cat’s Last Meow

Jeff May #076 LOV 1990.008 In Cynthia and the Blue Cat’s Last Meow, the young narrator enters an unusual, anthropomorphic natural setting that appears perfect. Gradually, he sees, but cannot readily accept, his own tormented soul, the demons gnawing at … Continue reading

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The Tough Get Going

Mark Masse #075 FAM 1990.007 The Tough Get Going is a novel set in metropolitan New York during the late 1960′s (the season of Woodstock, Vietnam and the amazin’ Mets.) The book tells the story of sixteen-year-old Nick More, who … Continue reading

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V . . . Letters from London

John Sullivan #074 FAM 1990.006 V . . . Letters from London is a compilation of letters I wrote, and received, in England (mostly London) while I was stationed there with the U.S. 8th Army Air Force during the World … Continue reading

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Some Challenging Essays for You To Think About

Albert Helzner #073 NAT 1990.007 Some Challenging Essays for You To Think About is a collection of essays that are intended to get you to see a different perspective to many common events that take place in your life.

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Lessons

Robert Lee #072 LOV 1990.007 Lessons recounts the ten year friendship between Edward Greer, instructor of English at City College of San Francisco, and his former student Richard. Their platonic love often seemed to mirror the relationship enjoyed by two … Continue reading

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Rabun Redux

Rabun Blaylock (Mike Cheatham) #071 ALL 1990.013 Rabun Blaylock’s search for home and roots is frustrated by a highly mobile lifestyle and constant relocation. For over three decades an “American nomad,” Rabun has met with personal tragedy and emotional turmoil … Continue reading

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No Lunch in Nirvana

Bob Singer #070 SOC 1990.018 No Lunch in Nirvana is one man’s perspective of what it’s all about!

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ILinx

Alexander Stella #067 FAM 1990.005 In ILink, a young man and two young women form a triad and a triangle. Within their relationship, they discover sensuality and the joy of life and the poignancy of early death.

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Nodes

Alexander Stella #069 SOC 1990.017 In Nodes, an aspiring young actress, trapped on stage, encounters Friedrich Nietzche, Joan of Arc, Cataline, Diotima, and a couple of others. The denouement packs enough power with its Twilight Zone ending to qualify as … Continue reading

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