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JHK’s screenplay in hard-copy edition

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A Too-Big-To-Fail Bankster…
Three Teenagers who bring him down…
Gothic doings on a Connecticut Estate.
High velocity drama!

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“Simply the best novel of the 1960s”

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Only Seven Bucks!
JHK’s Three-Act Play
A log mansion in the Adirondack Mountains…
A big family on the run…
A nation in peril…

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The fourth and final book of the World Made By Hand series.


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JHK’s lost classic now reprinted as an e-book
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Atlanta: Does Edge City Have a Future?

 “They ran the environmental people out of here a long time ago. You’ve got no trees. You’ve got no streams. You’ve got no mountains. It’s a developer’s paradise.” –Gwinnett County Developer Wayne Mason             “. . . a fatal hit-and-run up in Cherokee has got you backed up some on eye-seventy-five. . . .” the radio announcer more »

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Las Vegas: Utopia of Clowns from ‘The City in Mind’

They say that Antarctica is the worst place on earth, but I believe that distinction belongs to Las Vegas, hands down. For one thing, Antarctica is more pleasing to look at.  The natural scenery is about equal to Nevada’s in desolate grandeur, but Antarctica’s man-made artifacts are less distressing to an average human being’s neural network.  The population of more »

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The final chapter of ‘Home From Nowhere’

  The final chapter ofHome From Nowhere Simon & Schuster, 1996 12 Coda What I Live For     There are times I feel so fortunate that I wonder if I am making up this life as it as it traces its mysterious arc through time. Solipsism is not a very attractive philosophy — especially more »

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