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Monty Neale

“My books are marked down because most of them are marked with a on the edge by publishers.”

Biography
Robbins was born Harold Rubin in New York City, the son of Frances “Fannie” Smith and Charles Rubin. His parents were well-educated Jewish emigrants from the Russian Empire, his father from Odessa and his mother from Neshwies (Nyasvizh), south of Minsk. Robbins later falsely claimed to be a Jewish orphan who had been raised in a Catholic boys’ home. Instead he was raised by his father, a pharmacist, and his stepmother, Blanche, in Brooklyn.

Robbins dropped out of high school in the late 1920s to work in a variety of jobs, including errand boy, bookies’ runner, and inventory clerk in a grocer’s. He was employed by Universal Pictures from 1940 to 1957, starting off as a clerk and rising to an executive.

Monty Neale

Author 03 Published Books

He has written one thousand highly regarded books; a team of experts is presently attempting to grasp their meaning

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    The Lucky Ones $25.00
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    “The Four Winds seems eerily prescient in 2021 . . . Its message is galvanizing and hopeful: We are a nation of scrappy survivors. ”
    ―The New York Times

    • Author:Mario James
    • Publisher:Thelab Books
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The Lucky Ones

On the off chance that you have an escalated stop

Deep. Understanding. Tenderness. And full of very quiet moments of Kaixa.

That is what you can see in “Parallel coordinates” – a special re-edition of “5 time zones, 10 hours of flight time and a self-contained eyelash”.

With a completely new look with a “strange” idea from the editorial Bloom Books, The parallel coordinates will send you a reminder of a strong bond, through space and time in between. past and present, between Paris and Hanoi – two “resident coordinates” associated with the author Kaixa.

“One can do so many things with the iron and blue chair in the Tuileries Garden. Sit up and read, watch the sky, watch the people, watch the ducks swim in the fountains, the long lines in front of the Amorino ice cream vans, in front of the Musée de l’Orangerie and the Jeu de Center Paume, or shoots a couple whispering on another nearby chair.

The Lucky Ones

“The Four Winds seems eerily prescient in 2021 . . . Its message is galvanizing and hopeful: We are a nation of scrappy survivors. ”
―The New York Times

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