Manhasset Stories: A Baby Boomer Looks Back
These are the stories of a small town that grew up alongside the Baby Boomers who roamed its streets and wrote their own legends upon them. They are stories about the birthrights, beaches and bars of a few lucky generations.
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In reading this collection of stories, I discovered that Rosenwasser has written for the New York Times. And that's the caliber of writing you can expect when losing yourself in these heart-warming ... Read full review
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