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Gray Wolves and White Doves

by Morton I. Teicher

Readers who are familiar with the long history of snarled and often fatal relationships among Turks, Armenians, Kurds, and Assyrians will be able to navigate this debut novel with a minimum amount of difficulty. An awareness of the... Read More

Book Review

The Wyvern Revenge

by Morton I. Teicher

A little African history will enhance the reader’s appreciation for this first-rate novel. Most of the action—and there’s lots of it—takes place in Zimbabwe, formerly known as Southern Rhodesia, and then Rhodesia. During the... Read More

Book Review

Glass Bottom Boats and Mermaid Tails

by Morton I. Teicher

Long before 1971 when the Magic Kingdom became Disney World’s first theme park, Florida was well established as a tourist destination. Among the state’s many attractions, natural springs ranked high. The author, an expert on the... Read More

Book Review

Garbo

by Morton I. Teicher

A coffee table-sized shrine dedicated to the memory and glamour of actress Greta Garbo, this splendid collection of her portraits re-introduces a strikingly beautiful woman on the centennial of her birth in 1905. Garbo had two leading... Read More

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Shush!

by Morton I. Teicher

In the long trail of tears that constitutes Jewish history, one bright spot is the triumphant rescue of Russian Jewry. Although supposedly no official anti-Semitism existed in the Soviet Union, there was in fact considerable repression,... Read More

Book Review

Train Time

by Morton I. Teicher

Here is the answer to the problem of crumbling highways, collapsing bridges, competition between trucks and autos, congested routes, commuter time increases for those who use cars, and the accident deaths of thousands of motorists,... Read More

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Miami Beach Memories

by Morton I. Teicher

Long before South Beach became a famous international tourist destination, Miami Beach was a renowned entertainment center, filled with celebrities, gaudy hotels, gamblers, restrictions, prejudice, and racism. Decade by decade, from the... Read More

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