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Clement: Kevin Fisher-Paulson

This event will be held at our Clement St. location.

How We Keep Spinning...!: the journey of a family in stories: selected writing from the SF Chronicle column By Kevin Thaddeus Fisher-Paulson, Leah Garchik (Preface by) Cover Image
$15.95
ISBN: 9780578575971
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Published: Two Penny Press - November 1st, 2019

"Kevin tells a compelling story about a family that finds both a community and each other. They prove in the most powerful way possible that love really is all that matters." -- Glynn Washington, host of "Snap Judgment" on National Public Radio


Clement: Max Tomlinson

This event will be held at our Clement St. location.

 


Max Tomlinson joins us to discuss his novel, Vanishing in the Haight. 
 

About Vanishing in the Haight

Vanishing in the Haight (A Colleen Hayes Mystery #1) By Max Tomlinson Cover Image
$29.65
Temporarily Unavailable
ISBN: 9781608093410
Published: Oceanview Publishing - August 20th, 2019

USA Today best-selling author
An ex-con traces a victim’s clues to set a cold case ablaze

Between fending off a lecherous parole officer and trying to get by in 1978 San Francisco, private investigator Colleen Hayes struggles to put her life back together so she can reconnect with her runaway teenage daughter. Then her life changes dramatically.


Clement: John Billheimer

This event will take place at our Clement St. store. 

 


John Billheimer joins us to discuss his new book, Hitchcock and the Censors

About Hitchcock and the Censors
 

Hitchcock and the Censors (Screen Classics) By John Billheimer Cover Image
$45.00
ISBN: 9780813177427
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(This book cannot be returned nor exchanged.)
Published: University Press of Kentucky - June 14th, 2019

Throughout his career, Alfred Hitchcock had to deal with a wide variety of censors attuned to the slightest suggestion of sexual innuendo, undue violence, toilet humor, religious disrespect, and all forms of indecency, real or imagined. From 1934 to 1968, the Motion Picture Production Code Office controlled the content and final cut on all films made and distributed in the United States.


Clement: Paul Drexler

This event will take place at our Clement St. store.

 


Author Paul Drexler joins us to discuss his book, Notorious San Francisco: True Tales of Crime, Passion and Murder

About Notorious San Francisco
 

Notorious San Francisco: True Tales of Crime, Passion and Murder By Aeternum Designs (Illustrator), Rj Parker, Paul Drexler Cover Image
$17.20
Temporarily Unavailable
ISBN: 9781987902556
Published: Rj Parker Publishing - May 3rd, 2019

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