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A movie of Cologne No. 10 For Men?

People asked us many questions on Saturday at the Baltimore Book Festival on the Inner Harbor in Baltimore where I was selling my novel Cologne No. 10 For Men: 1) “Do you sell cologne?” 2) “Does this book take place in Cologne, … Continue reading

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Genuine Stanford Pritchard

Terminal Vibrato* is a potpourri of stories by novelist and playwright Stanford K. Pritchard that is genuine Pritchard. Dip into the stew, and you will bring up on your spoon pieces that are raucously funny, subtly witty, illuminating, touching, or … Continue reading

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Benny’s Mission: An American Classic

Recently, I read Benny’s Mission by Stanford Pritchard. This satirical saga carried me away and enthralled me with its story about Benny Wise. So I had to write a review of it: Benny’s Mission is an American classic–part Candide, part Forrest Gump, part Huckleberry Finn. … Continue reading

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