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    "The Last Pass - Cousy, Russell, the Celtics, and What Matters in the End". A must read for anyone in Massachusetts. A tear jerker when you read about the racial climate in Boston in the '50's. I met Bill Russell at SFO in 1978. I was with my wife, Polynesian, big afro. We sere on the same flight from Frisco to Seattle. I couldn't get over how nice he was. But after reading this...he was so pleasant because we were an inter-racial couple. A rare sight in those days, but things had changed in his lifetime. I gotta get a copy to my son. He was 3 months old at that meeting, my wife was holding him.
    Wolfman

    "Because a Child's mind is a Terrible Thing not to mess with."

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  3. #132
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    I'm reading Brutally Honest by Melanie Brown.

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    I just finished Dracul, written by Dacre Stoker (great grand-nephew of Bram) and J.D. Barker.

    I highly recommend it! A prequel to Dracula, it weaves the Stoker family into the Dracula legend. Well written, very successful at capturing a Victorian gothic air.
    The style of writing purposely mimics Bram Stoker's style.
    Check out some of the reviews and articles written about it - or don't, at least, not until you've read the book to avoid learning to much about it.

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