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Once upon a time, there was a famous restaurant called Elaine’s. For forty years or so, Elaine’s was the beating heart-and crusted liver-of Manhattan’s literary scene. More recently, I’ve ghostwritten or acted as a book doctor on a half dozen successfully published memoirs and collaborated with Malachy McCourt on the just released: Death Need Not Be Fatal (Hachette, May 2017), a humorous and poignant memoir of facing the Great Hereafter. Customers Also Bought Items By.
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Brian Keith McDonald (born February 18, 1965) is an American screenwriter, director, teacher and author, who lives in the state of Washington. McDonald is best known for the books Invisible Ink, The Golden Theme and Ink Spots, and for the short film. McDonald is best known for the books Invisible Ink, The Golden Theme and Ink Spots, and for the short film White Face. Brian McDonald was born in St. Joseph, Missouri on February 18, 1965. He has two younger brothers and a younger sister.
Before moving to Russia, Bryan MacDonald previously worked in Ireland for the Evening Herald, Ireland On Sunday and the Irish Independent. He also written for The Irish Examiner, The Star and The Dubliner magazine, as well as being a regular guest on Irish radio networks RTE and Newstalk. Russian political earthquake: Putin sets out plan for Kremlin departure & Medvedev resigns. They say life comes at you fast. A seemingly routine ‘state-of-the-nation’ address by Vladimir Putin unexpectedly turned into one of the most memorable afternoons in recent Russian political history.
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