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Prof Rap By Larry Rochelle
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Larry Rochelle's PROF RAP is a little book of advice for college freshmen. Light-hearted yet clever, PROF RAP can be carried around in a backpack and read at leisure. It's the kind of little book... More > that puts a smile on your face and some solid advice in your brain.< Less
Burnt Coffee By Larry Rochelle
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BURNT COFFEE depicts Chapel Hill summers as fraught with heat and angst. The ambiance of Franklin Street with its trendy shops and casual summer school students lulls the senses and slows the pace.... More > But in its coffee shops there is more than mocha and espresso shots, more than college students getting a buzz for their 8 o’clock classes. Yes, here the denizens of the town can gather in quiet splendor until the return of the fall semester students, and here romances can blossom or wither in the blinding afternoon sun. Here, discussions can range from this year’s drought to Roy Williams’ Tar Heel recruiting successes. And if we pause to notice, we can see wives sipping iced French-vanilla latte’ and sharing dangerous secrets with their handsome lovers who drink their coffee hot.< Less
The Plaza Line By Larry Rochelle
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Think of summertime in this Kansas City on the 4th of July. An infant's body is found at the base of the Liberty Memorial. A tragedy of this magnitude strikes at the very heart of the city yet is... More > only the beginning of a series of unfolding events. Days later, the story becomes even more complicated when other deaths occur within a short period of time, most seeming to do with the light rail plan of Sandy Banteen And it all swirls around Palmer Morel, a good looking tennis pro who is drawn into this mess by his own illicit actions. The events of the story come to a vivid and dramatic conclusion at the (now defunct) Blues and Jazz Festival at the Liberty Memorial. Pulsating blues and contemporary jazz play on into the night. Author, Larry Rochelle's writing can best be described as having the wit, irony and healthy sarcasm needed in this town.< Less
Crazy Lil' Media By Larry Rochelle
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Kansas City has many media outlets, but Larry Rochelle chose KCPT public television and The Pitch alternative newspaper for his internships. What developed was a witty, critical memoir of his time... More > volunteering at those media sources during the terror time of autumn 2001. "CRAZY LIL' MEDIA uses first-hand accounts, interviews, emails and Rochelle's colorful remarks to enlighten the time of stress in Kansas City immediately before and after the terror attacks in New York." "Readers will catch a glimpse at the inner workings at KCPT-TV and shadow Larry Rochelle as he walks the streets of Kansas City to find stories to write for The Pitch newspaper."< Less
DIXIE SLOTS By Larry Rochelle
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Wanna lose your money? Go to Biloxi and hand it over. But be careful. You might be looking for fun, but remember who calls the shots, who stacks the slots. Tennis pro Palmer Morel thinks it might be... More > fun, being the tennis pro down on the Gulf Coast, chatting it up with the ladies, playing a little poker. But he finds a few Dixie Mafia friends, the hard guys, who want to modify his backhand and soft lob his girl friend. And when the Gulf sea acts nasty, Morel needs to find a sloop or a yacht or a steamship to navigate these troubled waters. So if you visit Morel, come equipped with more than your tennis racquet and your girl's bikini. Be ready for some hard ball, both on the courts and off.< Less
Psyched By Larry Rochelle
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The back entrance to the topless bar, The Stage Door, in Covington, Kentucky, was slightly opened, it was 5:30 a.m., and a small crowd could see blood trickling down the back stairs and onto the... More > gravel. Police cars were scattered in the alley, at odd angles, their flashing lights blinking, their sirens turned off. Whoever called from the pay phone on Fifth Street was long gone, but everyone noticed the yellow crime scene tape protecting the dusty alley. Three detectives were bent over, looking into the dust, measuring some barefoot prints, and the crowd wondered and murmured to itself. A tall, thin man with a full crop of blond hair and a white tennis windbreaker was sitting on the low brick wall which ran along the alley for half a block or so. He rubbed his face, and then absently reached into his jacket pocket, searching for another piece of gum.< Less
Home Schooled By Larry Rochelle
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HOME SCHOOLED A Shift in the Wind--- One of the trends in Kansas is toward home schooling, a separation from the noisome public schools that so often breed loneliness and defeat. This new approach... More > is typical of Kansas, where new discussions of evolution, vouchers and stem cell research crackle like thunderstorms over the Flint Hills. EPPIE-WINNER author Larry Rochelle bring these issues into the small towns of Paola and Osawatomie, sparking debate, drama and religious demagogues in HOME SCHOOLED. And throughout the debate, the plain folks of Kansas nurture their lives as best they can.< Less
Toledo Moments By Larry Rochelle
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After 46 years of teaching, the former Toledoan, Larry Rochelle, has finished two thrillers this year: BONAVENTURE and OCCUPY FEARRINGTON. “It’s quite curious to explore your childhood... More > hometown with the eyes of an adult, and place vicious murderers into that formerly tranquil landscape,” says the seventy-two-year-old author and sports buff. “Everyone should try it.” Growing up in Toledo’s West Side, Rochelle learned tennis and golf in Ottawa and Jermain Parks. His mother, Claire, often took him to Sigmond Sanger Library where he started off with sports fiction, particularly Claire Bee novels. “I loved those action stories, and later I collected quite a few first editions of his books.” Also credited for his literary bent are the Notre Dame nuns who taught at Gesu School. “Each one of them in the early grades read to us in class. What excitement!”< Less
N'AWLINS By Larry Rochelle
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N'AWLINS by Larry Rochelle introduces us to New Orleans: its flavours, its music, its people. Travel the streetcars of New Orleans and get the emotional ride of your life.
Bonaventure By Larry Rochelle
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"Bonaventure" takes us to the intriguing city of Savannah, where empty graves reveal the secrets of the ages, depicting the plots, counter-plots, steamy loves and frantic fears of a... More > generation of warriors. When Palmer Morel tries to outwit the Feds, he unknowingly involves his closest friends and lovers. Can Morel avoid death as assassins cross his path on the spooky paths of moonlit Bonaventure Cemetery?< Less