The Confrontation, and Other Stories. ISBN 978-0-393-08448-1.
Her son Jonathan Marshall owned and published the Scottsdale Daily Progress newspaper. Jonathan ran unsuccessfully for United States Senate against Barry Goldwater in 1974. The Confrontation, and Other Stories.
Marshall, Lenore, 1897-1971, author. The meteor boy - The confrontation - Flashlight - A gift of love - A matter of taste - Grandfather's nude swim - The dog - The closed door - Almost caught - The leaning tower - Christmas Eve - The segregated hearts - The better ending - Eclipse. Dialogue on a cliff - Unknown artist. commitment to retain 20151204. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.
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Published 1972 by Norton in New York.
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Lenore Guinzburg Marshall, novelist, poet, and activist, was born in New York City on September 7, 1897
Lenore Guinzburg Marshall, novelist, poet, and activist, was born in New York City on September 7, 1897. She was the daughter of Harry and Leonie (Kleinert) Guinzburg. Unknown Artists was published in 1947; The Confrontation and Other Stories appeared in 1972, shortly after Marshall’s death; and Invented a Person: The Personal Record of a Life was published in 1979. Marshall was a member and director of PEN, the Poetry Society of America, Pen and Brush, the Authors’ League, and the MacDowell Colony in Peterborough, New Hampshire. In 1957, a selection of her poems was recorded on the Spoken Arts label.
Other books by Michael Marshall Smith. These included such now-classic tales as ‘More Bitter Than Death’, ‘Later’, ‘The Fracture’, ‘The Owner’, ‘To See the Sea’, ‘Rain Falls’, ‘To Receive is Better’ (which eventually formed the basis of his second novel), The British Fantasy Award-winning ‘More Tomorrow’, ‘Not Waving’, ‘Dear Alison’, ‘Everybody Goes’, ‘Welcome’ and ‘The Handover’, to name but a few.
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The Lenore Grey Novels. Discover the secrets that he never knew in The Lenore Grey Novels series. In the stories, each of the ghostly and uncanny objects finally destroy their owners and bring about the demise of the family lines. Born in London, England 25 November 1702. In Baldwin’s ghost stories, family and ancestry are not seen as a stabilizing influence conferring status and an idea of longevity, but as stifling, oppressive, madness-inducing and absolutely inescapable.
First Marshall book was entirely entertaining the character was tough and very likeable and the story was excellent. The second book was lower than a centipede,s testacles, story was abysmal and characters weak, especially Marshall. All in all just crap and extremely diiappointing. Marshall, who is not averse to confrontation, travels to New York to meet the challenge head on. He finds, though, that not everyone he meets is entirely trustworthy, but given his background and experience, this is not exactly a surprising revelation.