Getting it Write: Local authors saturate the market with new books
- Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 24 Jan 2008, B7
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- Evanston author Henry Kisor has a new mystery novel, "Cache of Corpses"
Glenview native Alyce Barry is the author of "Practically Shameless"
Joanne Jacobson has written a book about growing up in Evanston called "Hunger Artist: A Suburban Childhood"
Highland Park High School graduate Jodie Newdelman is the author of "Monkey and the Engineer" a children's book
Glenbrook South graduate Don Lock has written 'The Reluctant Journey of David Connors"
Phil Singerman of Wilmette has self-published a book called "What I Wish They Would Have Taught Me in Sunday School About Science, The Bible and God"
Wilmette author Edward Chupack has written "Silver: My Own Tale as Written by Me" a prequel to "Treasure Island"
Ruth Shalett of Winnetka has written "Finesilver's Gold--a Jewish Adventure Like No Other"
Evanston writer William Arina has published "Ulysses S. Grant, 1861-1864: His Rise from Obscurity to Military Greatness"
Northbrook writer Libby Hellmann's nove is "Easy Innocence"
Margot Justes' of Northbrook has a forthcoming murder mystery called "A Hotel in Paris"
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