#0759: Raymond Benson; Alan Hustak; & Stuart Nulman

The Stuph File Program

Raymond Benson was the first American to write an original James Bond novel.  He wrote six of them, and now they are all about to be rereleased in an omnibus edition for the Kindle called James Bond: The Raymond Benson Years.

Alan Hustak is the author of One Long Line Of Marvel: 200 Years Of Montreal’s St. Patrick’s Parade.

Stuart Nulman with another edition of Book Banter. This week’s reviewed title is The Jazz Club Spy by Roberta Rich (Simon & Schuster Canada, $24.99). You can also read Stuart’s reviews in The Montreal Times.

This week’s guest slate is presented by Oksana Kukurudza, author of Sunflowers Bend But Rarely Break, a nonfiction narrative about her Ukrainian parents and their experience in Nazi slave camps. She was a guest on the show back on #0743.

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