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Fairmount: Terror in the Park

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The race against time begins in Philadelphia’s Fairmount Park. Dead bodies were compounded from one side of the river to the other. From Alaska and down through Canada the dealers of death are pursued in the hope of bringing the killing to an end. The city’s officials are at odds with one another. The populace is on edge and demanding closure…an end to the terror that has ...more
Paperback, Large Print, 246 pages
Published July 24th 2013 by CreateSpace
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Fairmount is an excellent easy read. It's conception has taken this author on a journey into the realm of the beasts throughout the Yukon and Alaska's Kodiak Island. This adventure will take the reader on a tour of the City of Philadelphia and its surrounding areas. Political misadventures. Professional challenges and racial prejudices are at the forefront of this latest danger to the city's citizens. Fairmount will excite and enthrall the reader with the exclusive yet explicit attacks a
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In the summer of 1956 Samuel F. Yette teamed with photographer and author Gordon Parks to create a four-part series on racial segregation for Life magazine. As a reporter for the Washington and Baltimore Afro-American, Yette covered the major events of the civil rights movement, including the Montgomery bus boycott, the organizational meetings of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC), and the 1957 march on Washington. He was fired as Newsweek magazine's Washington correspondent after the publication of his 1971 book, The Choice, in which he claimed that there were "genocidal schemes" high up in the U.S. government to commit "guerilla warfare" against black Americans. As a freelance journalist and columnist Yette continued to spark dialogue and incite controversy with his outspoken and sometimes radical analyses.
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