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FFAPL Tuesday Book Talks: A Real Whole Lot with author Jacqueline Kane

FFAPL Tuesday Book Talks: A Real Whole Lot with author Jacqueline Kane

[For ages 18+]  [Black History Month] Jacqueline A. Kane, PhD, CEO of Consulting and Coaching, LLC, & formerly of the NYS Education Department, discusses & reads from her book A Real Whole Lot: A World War II Soldier’s Love Letters to His Wife.


The Friends of Albany Public Library host regular book reviews, author talks, and special presentations on the third Tuesday of the month at 12:15 pm live via Zoom. These presentations are free and open to the public. 

Tuesday, February 16, 2021
12:00pm - 1:15pm
Time Zone:
Eastern Time - US & Canada (change)
  Adult Program     Virtual/Online  
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Upon their deaths, the love of Philip Gough Kane (Phil) and Jacqueline Norris Jones Kane (Jack) is revealed in some 200 transcribed v-mail and a dozen paper letters found by their daughter Jacqueline Kane while going through family papers. These letters provide a small glimpse of the author’s parent’s intense love for each other during the first four years of their marriage while they were separated during Phil’s time overseas during WWII. On the pages of this book are the letters written by this couple who strove to communicate with each other during their separation at this unforgettable historical moment.

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Will Takach

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