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Gary M. Pomerantz's Books

The Devil's Tickets
Jun.09.2009
THE DEVIL’S TICKETS evokes the last echoes of the Roaring 20’s and the darkness of the Depression when a tuxedoed Russian became the Barnum of the bridge craze that fueled marital uproar across the nation, including a husband-killing and sensational trial in Boss Pendergast’s Kansas City. View My website at www.garympomerantz.com  
Wilt, 1962 By Gary M. Pomerantz
Feb.28.2006
On the night of March 2, 1962, in Hershey, Pennsylvania, right up the street from the chocolate factory, Wilt Chamberlain, a young and striki ng athlete celebrated as The Big Dipper, scored 100 points in a game against the New York Knickerbockers. As historic and revolutionary as the achievement was, it remains shrouded in myth. The game was not televised, no New York...
Nine Minutes Twenty Seconds
Jul.02.2002
Nine Minutes, Twenty Seconds is a heart-pounding, real-life drama about how ordinary people rise above their fears and muster extraordinary courage and strength in the face of danger. In this gripping and inspiring story, Gary M. Pomerantz brings readers deep inside the hearts and minds of twenty-nine people whose fates take a dramatic turn when their plane crashes in a west...
Where Peachtree Meets Sweet Auburn
May.01.1997
The Intersection of Peachtree Street, historically the residential and commercial street of Atlanta's white elite, and Sweet Auburn Avenue, the spiritual main street of Atlanta's community, mirrors the often separate but mutually dependent worlds of whites and blacks in this Southern city. In Where Peachtree Meets Sweet Auburn , Gary M. Pomerantz traces five generations of two...