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James Best
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Robert Bradley
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I love sports history, professional basketball in particular.  And the more obscure the better.

And it doesn't come much more obscure than this -


Waterloo did indeed have an NBA team in 1949-50 (as did Anderson, IN; Sheboygan, WI and Denver).  This is the story of theat season and how the small Midwestern teams were eventually muscled out by the larger cities.
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James B:  "Speaking just for myself, I include a picture of the book's cover so that any members of the JBF who go looking for it will have a visual prompt to help them find it, either in a new/used bookstore or at their local library."

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You can do what you like, but I don't think it makes much sense. Anyone can find a book by title/author.  Often we just get a picture when you start a book.  I'm much more interested in what you think of a book after you;re done, especially if you recommend it.  

I'm probably just jealous that you are so much better read than I am, James!  I'm a slow reader and don't do the volume that you do!




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Dark Hollow,  by Brian Keene. 

First book I've ever read by him, and it is.....interesting. 

And I don't post covers simply because I'm too busy/lazy to go hunt them down and upload them.





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James Best
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Now moving on to read the third book by of the new mystery authors I discovered last year...
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