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Jack B. Rochester

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As a grad student, Jack B. Rochester longed to see a book with his name on the cover. Today, it’s on sixteen books and counting. He launched his career as a business book editor and guided 65 authors’ books into print. Then his own company, Joshua Tree Interactive, and the bestselling “The Naked Computer,” three college textbooks, and his swan song/last hurrah, the internationally acclaimed “Pirates of the Digital Millennium” (both TNC and PODM co-authored with John Gantz).

In 2007, he turned to writing fiction: his Nathaniel Hawthorne Flowers literary trilogy was published by Wheatmark (paperback, Kindle, Audible). Two distinctly different novels and a short story collection are in the works. You can follow his writing and read his
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“Temporary Graciousness,” a Short Story & the Eclectic Poetry of KJ Hannah Greenberg

Editor’s Note: We welcome Channie Greenberg back to the Cafe today with new poetry and fiction. Channie never fails to surprise us with the interesting directions her art takes – nor to delight us.





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My Etsy site’s full of objects made from century eggs, sannakji, and puffin hearts,





But not fugu, orhákarl, especially not shark meat served alongsidesurströmming.





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Wild Blue Yonder

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Madrone

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Computers for People

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Exit Music (Inspector Rebus, #17)
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recommended to Jack Rochester by: Mark Greenside
recommended for: mystery lovers of Michael Connelly or Lisa Gardner
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I can hear Ian Rankin’s wise Detective Inspector John Rebus saying, “Next to a dram of Scotland’s finest single malt whisky, a deadline is a police officer’s best friend.” For, in Exit Music, a nasty murder has occurred on his watch and the story is ...more
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The Black Tulip by Alexandre Dumas
The Black Tulip
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This was, I believe, Dumas' last novel, and he went out with a bang, not a whimper. The story draws from some themes of Dumas' earlier work, in particular the individual's struggle against corrupt political regimes, the power of the Catholic Church, ...more
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Tulip Fever
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recommended for: lovers of intrigue and historical novels
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Tulip Fever takes place in seventeenth-century Amsterdam, when tulips had a higher exchange value than money. Fascinating as that is, it’s not the centerpiece of this novel; rather, it is, quite simply, a story about the wages of sin, and told with a ...more
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A Death in Rembrandt Square (Lotte Meerman Book 4)
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I was at Amsterdam’s Centraal Station, preparing to take the train to the sprawling Schiphol Airport (third busiest n all of Europe) for my flight to Brest, France. One of my sons texted me a message recommending three Euro-mystery novels he thought ...more
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I eagerly await each new Lucas Davenport and Virgil Flowers novel from John Sandford. He never, ever disappoints.
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