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Good vs. Evil, Boston style

Not only did they fail to scare or harm us, but they lost their voice. Good prevailed. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)
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Wifes on Kindle

I just learned that Goodbye Wifes and Daughters is available on Kindle. This is very exciting to me, though I...
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My first gold medal

http://www.independentpublisher.com/article.php?page=1362 West-Mountain – Best Regional Non-Fiction Gold: Goodbye Wifes and Daughters, by Susan Kushner Resnick (University of Nebraska Press) Silver...
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The Victims

  Several people have asked to see a complete list of all the Smith Mine victims. It was left out...
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The Goodbye Wifes and Daughters SOUNDTRACK (proposed and dreamed)

When I first started writing Goodbye Wifes and Daughters, I noticed that some of my favorite songs reflected the mood...
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Anniversary

65 years ago on this exact date 74 men went into a coal mine and met their deaths. My condolences...
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Rest in Peace Marvin Pelo

I was very sorry to read in the Carbon County News that Marvin Pelo passed away in December. Every week...
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What’s with the WIFES?

I’ve been asked several times whether the title of my forthcoming book, Goodbye Wifes and Daughters, contains a typo or...