Kathleen Carroll, who was once called ‘the toughest critic in New York’ by Variety, began her career at the New York Daily News typing up the schedules for the movie theaters.
The Shotgun, a memoir, reflects the author, David Robins, at his most authentic, insightful and vulnerable. You will meet in its pages a host of fascinating characters both admirable and deeply flawed-many at the same time. Organized around the recurring theme of its title, it contains wise counsel for gun enthusiasts and gun control advocates alike.
The Sergeant training new officers: There is the right way, the wrong way and the Chatham Township way. Seriously? YES You will not be able to put this book down as you read the first-hand account of what it was like to work as a police officer in an affluent suburban community where "the rules" might look a bit different than those taught at the police academy.
A memoir spanning the author's 81 years.
Excerpt from authors forward: "...the changes in lifestyle and every day attitude is difficult for me at times. One would think that it would become easier as time went on to sort of go with the flow, but as I went back in my mind remembering those "old days", they became very clear and I started to realize that my early life formed my attitudes that have not changed very much over the years."
Take a journey to a special time and place. It is a true historical description of how it took an entire family to run a farm during the period just prior to modern mechanization.
A time when it took the complete integration of people, animals and plants to make it a success. And no matter how well you plan, farming is all weather dependent and how well you adapt to its changes.