The Secret Parts of Fortune: Three Decades of Intense Investigations and Edgy Enthusiasms
One part intellectual and one part private eye, Ron Rosenbaum takes readers into "the secret parts" of the great mysteries, controversies, and enigmas of our time, including:
Also including sharp, funny cultural critiques that range from Elvis to Elisabeth KÜbler-Ross, Bill Gates to Oliver Stone, and J.D. Salinger to the Zagat® guide, The Secret Parts of Fortune is a vital record of American culture.
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Review: The Secret Parts of Fortune: Three Decades of Intense Investigations and Edgy EnthusiasmsUser Review - Diann Blakely - Goodreads
The Dixie Chicks are among Ron Rosenbaum's passions, joining an extended circle that includes Shakespeare, about whom the New York cultural critic writes better and more deeply than any living ... Read full review
Review: The Secret Parts of Fortune: Three Decades of Intense Investigations and Edgy EnthusiasmsUser Review - HHS Staff - Goodreads
It's hard for me to imagine an essay collection that is as thought-provoking, pleasurable, and varied (in equal proportions) as this one. Rosenbaum is a "buff buff"; in other words, he's fascinated by ... Read full review