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by David Lennon
David Lennon won the 2010 Lambda Literary Award for Best Gay Mystery for his second novel, ECHOES. If you want a well constructed thriller, this book delivers. I've read all of the Quarter Boys books and Lennon has once again hit the mark.
David Lennon won the 2010 Lambda Literary Award for Best Gay Mystery for his second novel, ECHOES. His fourth novel, BLUE'S BAYOU is a finalist for the 2011 award.
Let the Quarter Boy get your meal! . Took a few friends out to lunch and only had enough to pay for theirs meal with quarters. CommunitySee all. 6,512 people like this. 6,652 people follow this.
Reckoning: The Quarter Boys (Volume 5). David Lennon. Though atmospheric, Lennon hasn't quite captured the spirit of New Orleans that permeates the books of J. M. Redmann and Greg Herren, two other authors who have written gay mystery series set in that city
Reckoning: The Quarter Boys (Volume 5). Redmann and Greg Herren, two other authors who have written gay mystery series set in that city. But that is a minor point to a surprisingly solid effort.
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The Reckoning is a non-fiction book written by David Halberstam and published in 1986
The Reckoning is a non-fiction book written by David Halberstam and published in 1986. Interview with Halberstam on The Reckoning, October 1, 1987, C-SPAN.
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David Halberstam, with his signature precision and absorbing narrative style, traces this power shift by delving into the boardrooms and onto the factory floors of the America’s Ford Motor Company and Japan’s Nissan. Different in every way-from their reactions to labor problems to their philosophies and leadership styles-the two companies stand as singular testaments to the challenges brought by the rise of the global economy.