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  1. says:

    Wow A shattering remarkable read JoeAnn avoids the dreaded self involvement of so many memoirs while honestly exposing her own biases and growth during her 20 year research project The last chapter when she explores what might have happened is riveting Highly recommended

  2. says:

    Compelling mystery tragedy and memoir with exceptional storytelling in a clockwork that pulls at your heartstrings about women's agency in a screwed up world in time and place JoAnn's dogged pursuit of the truth ab

  3. says:

    This book is a book for our times JoeAnn Hart first and foremost is a vivid storyteller She creates a tapestry of intrigue mystery discovery and revelation In the context of seriousness Hart has a sense of humor as well H

  4. says:

    One might start Stamford '76 expecting it to be a true story crime thriller but it's a much deeper contextual dive into a corrupt city police force the mob the 60's drugs and race It's also at its heart a very personal memoir in which JoeAnn Hart finds herself compelled to reclaim and understand her younger self

  5. says:

    This book is part memoir part crime story and part reflection on race relationships particular inter race relationships in Connecticut in the mid 1970s Feeling groovy free love and loving the one you're with were

  6. says:

    Excellent read with a mixture of personal memoir research about Stamford in the 70s who knew Stamford mirrored so

  7. says:

    This was a great read a memoir that’s so much It’s a true crime story a mystery a history a sociological exploration of race class feminism and politics all written with a novelist’s eye for scene and detail Great sentences throughout The haunting tale of Margo’s brutal murder kept me turning the pages Eually fascinating was the parallel tale of the author’s decades long research journey and her reconnection w

  8. says:

    I am halfway through this amazing story So far I am blown away by the beautiful writing and the complete honesty of the author's voice Although corruption race and feminism are key elements the author has no agenda She simply observes her past as influenced by the times with a healthy mix of objectivity and personal reflection A must read

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    Hart's memoir is a no holds barred investigation of a brutal bow and arrow murder in corrupt Stamford in the '70s but it's much than that Unraveling her past as a white woman in a biracial relationship Hart pieces together haunting memories with buried fact weaving in threads of racism privilege feminism and domestic an

  10. says:

    What an absorbing read The subtitle says it all and this book really delivers JoeAnn Hart evokes the gritty 1970s imbued with the lingering innocence of the idealistic '60s in a story about interracial dating corruption and two shocking murders Reading this book made me feel I understand this country better It's one hell of a com

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Summary ☆ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ´ JoeAnn Hart

E to arrest Howie; operating on the assumption that the black man is always guilty they killed him instead Margo’s murder was never solved Looking back at what might have happened in 1976 the author discovers a Bicentennial year steeped in recession racism and unrelenting violence It was also a time of flourishing second wave feminism when young women were encouraged to do anything if only they knew how Sta Excellent read with a mixture of personal memoir research about Stamford in the 70s who knew Stamford mirrored so many cities with political and police corruption racist policies to attract and revile business and development and the tragic relationship between Margo and Howie JoeAnn s ex boyfriend Joe was likewise intriguing And worst of all how the hope of the 60s didn t open up society and people enough so racism dampened Howie and Joe s opportunities and relationships to themselves and the world I just wish JoeAnn knew everyone involved especially Margo and Howie Transforming Multilateral Diplomacy: The Inside Story of the Sustainable Development Goals personal memoir research about Stamford in the 70s who knew Stamford mirrored so many cities with All Night Long (Nannies, political and Bronze Age Mindset police corruption racist The Freeze-Frame Revolution policies to attract and revile business and development and the tragic relationship between Margo and Howie JoeAnn s ex boyfriend Joe was likewise intriguing And worst of all how the hope of the 60s didn t open up society and The New-York Review, and Atheneum Magazine, Vol. 2 people enough so racism dampened Howie and Joe s opportunities and relationships to themselves and the world I just wish JoeAnn knew everyone involved especially Margo and Howie

Summary Stamford 76

Stamford 76

In July 1976 a twenty four year old white woman Margo Olson was found in a shallow grave in Stamford Connecticut with an arrow piercing through her heart A few weeks later Howie Carter her black boyfriend was killed by the police Howie and Margo’s interracial relationship held a distorted mirror to the author’s own with Howie’s best friend Joe Joe’s theory was that the police didn’t have any evidenc Compelling mystery tragedy and memoir with exceptional storytelling in a clockwork that pulls at your heartstrings about women s agency in a screwed up world in time and place JoAnn s dogged pursuit of the truth about her dead friend Margo who knew too much leads to redemptive self awareness of her younger self that challenges your own confirmation biases in her mission for biracial harmony There are multiple crescendos interspersed with dead ends shocking new information and insight in a brutally honest narrative that makes you reflect on your own truths Your Naughty Playmate 3 - Cuckolding Fantasy piercing through her heart A few weeks later Howie Carter her black boyfriend was killed by the Haute Chinese Cuisine from the Kitchen of Wakiya police Howie and Margo’s interracial relationship held a distorted mirror to the author’s own with Howie’s best friend Joe Joe’s theory was that the Twisted police didn’t have any evidenc Compelling mystery tragedy and memoir with exceptional storytelling in a clockwork that The Exploration of the Male Anatomy pulls at your heartstrings about women s agency in a screwed up world in time and Transforming Multilateral Diplomacy: The Inside Story of the Sustainable Development Goals place JoAnn s dogged All Night Long (Nannies, pursuit of the truth about her dead friend Margo who knew too much leads to redemptive self awareness of her younger self that challenges your own confirmation biases in her mission for biracial harmony There are multiple crescendos interspersed with dead ends shocking new information and insight in a brutally honest narrative that makes you reflect on your own truths

Summary ☆ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ´ JoeAnn Hart

Mford was in the midst of urban renewal destroying historically black neighborhoods to create space for corporations escaping a bankrupt and dangerous New York City just forty miles away Organized crime followed the money infiltrating Stamford at all levels The author reveals how racism misogyny the economy and corruption affected the young people’s daily lives and helped lead Margo and Howie to their death Hart s memoir is a no holds barred investigation of a brutal bow and arrow murder in corrupt Stamford in the 70s but it s much than that Unraveling her past as a white woman in a biracial relationship Hart pieces together haunting memories with buried fact weaving in threads of racism privilege feminism and domestic and cultural violence Wry and honest we see ourselves what have we missed by not looking and what do we find when we look Jim Morrison had it right KATA TON DAIMONA ETAY Be faithful to the self or is it watch for the devil within Either way Hart s reckoning will leave you picking up your own pieces thinking about identity and complicityOf great interest is Hart s assessment of the importance of a free press in times of corruption When all levels of the government and justice system are abusing power where can people go with claims of abuse Only the press In the c