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The Books Issue 2012

Selections from Mitch Ryder’s memoirs, pulp fiction from the streets of Detroit, a poem from Terry Blackhawk and more

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Our staff gets all literary on you. Well, not too literary. We have an excerpt from Mitch Ryder’s autobiography, young adult lit about going back in time, poetry inspired by Belle Isle, nonfiction chronicling the life of trailblazing Detroit lawyer Ernie Goodman, a local comics roundup, even pulp fiction from the mean streets of Ferndale and Detroit.

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