Some people prefer to outline their book projects, but me, I prefer a visual road map. As you can see, a great many things will go boom in the course of the book.  Yeah, it’s a slow day.

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  1. It was published in 1986 – one of several on the theme by the same author. I wonder how active that market is today?

    The first chapter’s online – it somehow relates the Camp Jackson affair without once using the words ‘German’ or ‘Dutch.’ I’m tempted to send a copy to Adam Arenson, just for fun.

  2. I think that’s the cover for close to half to books on the book rack at the local Rite Aid…

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