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Municipal Tilt

Municipal Tilt

by Richard Massey

Hardcover

|February 9, 2017

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When an upstart band of students takes to the streets in a hot local election, the stakes are clear enough. A vacant seat on the city council. Industry versus the environment. The timeless pursuit of power. Campaigning in the inner city, the electioneers prove…
The Southampton Chronicle

The Southampton Chronicle

by Richard Massey

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|October 30, 2018

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The Making of a Name is a Terrible Chore Gregory knew they hunted him, but did they have the horses to see it through? Doubtful, but soon the answer would be known. He neared the end of a mournful poem that had bedeviled him for a fortnight. Once done, he would…
The Gascony Letters

The Gascony Letters

by Richard Massey

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|October 30, 2018

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The Darkest of Tidings Can Lead to the Greatest of Triumphs Banished from his beloved London in 1303, Gregory of Bordeaux heads to Gascony, the old wine duchy in southwest France, to wait out his expulsion. Far from idle, he is burdened with tasks that if…
John Newsom: Crescendo

John Newsom: Crescendo

by John Newsom

Hardcover

|January 31, 2012

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Crescendo is the American painter John Newsom's curatorial exploration of his own works in the Richard J. Massey Collection, an undertaking that emphasizes both the artist and the collector's shared passion for opera. This volume offers an unusual record of the…
The Southampton Chronicle

The Southampton Chronicle

by Richard Massey

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|November 1, 2018

$11.22

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The Making of a Name is a Terrible Chore Gregory knew they hunted him, but did they have the horses to see it through? Doubtful, but soon the answer would be known. He neared the end of a mournful poem that had bedeviled him for a fortnight. Once done, he would…