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Cocktails with Molotov

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ISBN-10: 1936488515

ISBN-13: 9781936488513

Edition: N/A

Authors: Barry Morton Farber

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After reading “Cocktails with Molotov” you’ll wonderif there’s anything Barry Farber hasn’t done, if there’sanywhere he hasn’t been. From a young age, Farberhad a knack for being in the right place at the right time. In“Cocktails with Molotov”, Barry Farber’s collection of real lifeshort stories, you’ll read of his encounters with AlfredHitchcock, the King of Albania, and Buzz Aldrin; of hisknowledge of 26 foreign languages and how foreign languagecame through for him in the knick of time. He shares tales fromhis childhood in North Carolina and his time spent venturingabroad, from his life as a young reporter and as a seasonedjournalist, along with astounding narratives of everything…    
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Book details

List price: $25.95
Publisher: WND Books, Incorporated
Publication date: 6/5/2012
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 226
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.012
Language: English

A Note to the Reader
The Second Chance Club
Colored Water
How Bob Hope Saved Not My Life, but My Livelihood
Cocktails with Molotov
My Night on the Leningrad Black Market
Alfred Hitchcock Answers My Most Brilliant Question
The Lieutenant with the Strange Name
Suomen Pankki
Can You Guess Which Relative Is Coming?
The Man Who Married and Divorced Six Jewish Women within Eighteen Months
Charlie Fawcett: Act Two
My Best Day in the Army
Are You Black or Cuban?
Oysters, Russian Glue, and Yugoslav Elephants: The Stuff of Heroes
Why the Rabbi Got Annoyed
Cheering for the Other Side
When the Army Wisely Decides to Keep Its Mouth Shut
Everybody Always Gets Everything Wrong
Buzz and I
The Veteran Who Wasn't Getting His GI Bill
Bette and Joan and I at 21
The Best Practical Joke I Ever Witnessed
My Scariest Moment
"We Know You Don't Eat Ham!"
My Most Unlikely Hebrew Teacher
The Indonesian Misunderstanding
"We Make Them Berter!"
Honor, Southern-Style
From Maryland to Yugoslavia
Mother Almost Obeyed Dad
Archangel. Murmansk. All Mine!
The Best Nap I Ever Had
The Boston Strangler
Cuss Words: Then and Now
General Bradley, Admiral Burke, and Private Farber
The Winner: My Daughter Celia. The Loser: The Communist Party of Cuba
Baby's First Pro-Family Act
Choo-Choo
Confederate Flag over the Deep Southern Dormitory
Daddy and the Duke
Mother and Dad and Matty and Henry
The Ram and the Blue Devil
Eddie
Rock 'n' Roll Station Covers Fidel's Visit
My Freak Adjustment
How My World War II Started
Can You Believe? Both Grandmas and Grandpas!
How Can the Score Be 18-0 with No Touchdowns, Safeties, or Place Kicks?
You Do the Math--in English or Indonesian!
My Worst and Best Questions on the Radio over Fifty Years
Have You Ever Lived a Biblical Moment?
Which Is Mightier: Your Coincidence or Mine?
The Albanian King's Ridiculous Joke about the Italian Invasion
Out of Wedlock
The Real Reason Men Don't Like to Ask for Directions
Bridge: The Kind with Cards, Not with Girders
Daddy's Shameful Victory
The Maryland Used-Car Lot
The Greatest Line of World War II-in North Carolina
Take a New York Cab and See the World
Was It "Nuts!" or Something Else?
The Russians Aren't Just Coming; They've Been Here
How I Learned Europeans Are More Cultured Than We Are
Queen Wilhelmina and the Nazis
Tex, I've Got the Cabinet!
The Ant
The Answer That Saved Fifty Thousand Lives
The House on M Street
The Orthodox Rabbi and the Castro Defector
The Lifesaving Sled
America's Two-party System
Why Refuel at Vilna?
Speak Now, or Forever Hold Your Peace
How Hollywood Can Induce You to Love Thine Enemy
When I First Heard of Waco, Waco Heard More Importandy from Me
War Stories That Almost Missed Iraq and Afghanistan
Felix
My Favorite Terrorist
Sid
Ulla and the Sex Maniac Killer
My Most Unforgettable Radio Show
Sara