The Man Froom Yorkshire


This is the story of Clovis Marshall, a man who lived through the best and the worst of our times - a philanthropist and innovator - a candy store man, who dabbled on the side with anchovies and robotics, but whose main goal was to bring back a piece of history to the concrete forest now known as the island of Manhattan - New York 1920's from Burlesque, Chinese Tongs, and the Jewish Mafia, to Castro’s Cuba of the 60’s and the CIA Dulles men in black to the heralding in of a new century ~ life through the ages ~ something to have survived.

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5.0 out of 5 stars ! Thought-provoking, insightful & entertaining

By Amazon Customer / Aug 17, 2016
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I always enjoy Erika WainDecker's books and The Occupational Tourist is no exception. The cover of the book is a great representation of the book, not to mention that a cover that good has to have an equally good book inside it. The life of the protagonist, Clovis Marshall, is both thought-provoking and insightful, delivered in a fascinating historical context. The book has a very nice and easy pace about it, and is a good solid read. I really enjoyed it.!

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