Andrew H Malcom
Born: 1943 in Cleveland, Ohio
Pen Name: None Connection to Illinois: Malcom received his BS and MS degree's from Northwestern University. Biography: During his career as a reporter for the New York Times, Malcome spent several years as a correspondent from Chicago.
ISBN: 0771056567 OCLC: 37489861 M&S, Toronto : c1997.
ISBN: 0671760882 OCLC: 25713025 Simon & Schuster, New York : ©1992.
|Mississippi currents :
ISBN: 0688119409 OCLC: 33161650 William Morrow and Co., New York : ©1996. Andrew H. Malcolm and Roger Straus III tell in evocative words and eloquent pictures the story of the Mississippi and the Americans who live, love, work, and play along its length. We meet hard-hatted riverboat crew women, Tom Sawyer wannabes, a new breed of riverboat gamblers, elderly riverbank philosophers, and ferry pilots who have seen the river - and the people along it - change drastically over the years. We learn the thoughts of the ranger who lives in the.
ISBN: 0394587820 OCLC: 22182519 Knopf : New York : ©1991.
ISBN: 0770104207 OCLC: 17995823 PaperJacks, Toronto ; 1986, ©1985.
|The Canadians /
ISBN: 0312069219 OCLC: 24626677 St. Martin's Press, New York : 1992.
|This far and no more :
ISBN: 0812916069 OCLC: 14412945 Times Books, New York : ©1987. "It started with a stumble." So begins the author's compelling true account of one woman's ordeal with a debilitating illness that would claim her life. The story of how she and her husband confronted their misfortune is as gripping a story as you will ever read; it also calls into question the whole range of complex problems prompted by the new medical technologies that can extend life -- even beyond the will to live it.
|U.S. 1, America's original main street /
ISBN: 0312064802 OCLC: 23869406 St. Martin's Press, New York : 1991. Winding through fourteen states from Maine's northern tip to the Florida Keys, U.S. 1 ambles across woods, zips by beaches and straggles down the troubled streets of aging cities like Boston, New York, Richmond and Philadelphia. The road's 2467 miles are strewn with history: George Washington chopped down the cherry tree in Fredericksburg, Va.; New Haven, Conn., once the independent colony of Quinnipiack, was absorbed into the Colony of Connecticut in 1662. Prisons, Holiday Inns, old stagecoach routes, Civil War battles, bird sanctuaries and pristine coastal communities abound in the gracefully written essay by New York Times national affairs correspondent Malcolm. It's a delightful and revelatory journey through a lost America. The seventy-two duotone photographs by Straus, managing director of Farrar, Straus & Giroux, nicely capture the vagaries of life on the road, from a goat in a shopping mall to an automobile graveyard.
ISBN: 0812904850 OCLC: 1031427 Quadrangle/New York Times Book Co. New York, [1975, ©1974]