WHEN WARS WERE WON
by Hugh Aaron
- An epic, richly crafted coming of age story during World War II in the Southwest Pacific. Acclaimed enthusiastically by reviewers and all who read it. Calling it: "poetic," "a compelling tale," "movie material," "a literary treat," "a story about the loss of innocence," "powerfully poignant," "a sensitive novel," "a moving and emotional story of friendship, love, heartbreak, despair and triumph of the spirit," "one of the most interesting and exciting books I have ever read."
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DRIVEN,
Notes of a Neurotic Entrepreneur:
His Trials, Failures, and Victories

by Max Barnet
- A business novel with locomotive force, rare in its honest presentation of the drama of business. The author holds nothing back in this story about running a small manufacturing company. He writes of the double dealings, the betrayals and petty dishonesties, as well as the acts of generosity, trust and loyalty that occur in his relationships with his employees, his customers, the bank, his friends, his wife and his mistress. Revealing his deepest conflicts, fears and doubts, brutally self-aware, the protagonist is DRIVEN to succeed, and does so at great personal cost. Reviewer comments: "A crackling novel, damn near Shakespearean in its drama, psychology and insight." "No one should get and MBA until they've read DRIVEN." "A tale worth telling." "Every business person and the spouse of every business person should read this book."
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THE BUD WILSON DREAM BOOK
by Barbara Kramer
- Winner of the Maine Arts Commission Individual Artist Fellowship Award...The Bud Wilson Dream Book is a powerful, funny novel about loss and emptiness. As wacky as this novel is, it is built on a wholly credible premise. Sally's dream life touches down and carries the reader with her, through stages of grief, healing, and growth, on a poignant, often hilarious, modern day adventure. Congratulations, Barbara Kramer. (Geof Hewit, author and poet)... The Bud Wilson Dream Book is the most imaginative of all the fiction I read for the Maine Arts Awards. Barbara Kramer achieves a kind of poetry in the wonderful letters Sally Stone receives about the dreams late night television viewers weave around TV host, Bud Wilson. (Suzanne Brown, author, teaches creative writing at Dartmouth College.)
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