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Human Beans by Ron Pumphrey
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Jul 25, 2011

it was ok

Write a review...Ron Pumphrey came to public attention seemingly from out of nopwhere . Now in his seventies , this mystery man , who until this volume had a veritably unlnown past , is still larger than life . HUMAN BEANS is a memoir that covers the early childhood years of this wily Newfie icon , a renoned ( and some might say infamous ) journalist , politican , publisher , and radoi talk show host . For the first time , he presents with tongue in check the taleof of his humble beginnings in the 1930,s , a meritorious memoir of his growing up in Harbour Grace and on Bell Island . Fantastic and guileless , this autobiographical writing is a colourful exposition of a boy and his family .

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