Forty: Newspaper Stories 1970-2014 by Jeff KunerthForty: Newspaper Stories 1970-2014 by Jeff Kunerth

Forty: Newspaper Stories 1970-2014

byJeff Kunerth

Paperback | November 23, 2015

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Veteran reporter Jeff Kunerth culls four decades of award-winning journalism into a collection of stories that are inspiring, entertaining, enlightening, and, occasionally, astounding. As a writer for the Orlando Sentinel, Kunerth found the extraordinary stories inside the lives of ordinary people: from the black man raised to believe he was white to the custody battle over a baby switched at birth, from the tragic death of a drum major to the living memory of 9/11. Forty: Newspaper Stories 1970-2014 encapsulates a career dedicated to exceptional storytelling.

Title:Forty: Newspaper Stories 1970-2014Format:PaperbackDimensions:236 pages, 8.5 × 5.5 × 0.54 inPublished:November 23, 2015Publisher:Fifth Estate Media LLCLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1943307032

ISBN - 13:9781943307036

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Table of Contents

PEOPLE 1-A Big White Lie 2-A Life Within Limits: Gerald Hall 3-Faces In the Crowd: Jerry Tucker 4-Doll Baby 5-Bobby Johnson 6-Faces in the Crowd: Rusty and Charles 7-Faces in the Crowd: Susan Scora 8-Faces and Places: Maurices Market 9-Knock On Door: Six 10-Knock On Any Door: Flower Lady 11-Red Rountree: Bank Robber 12-Florida Governor Farris Bryant PLACES13-Running of the Chihuahuas 14-Faces and Places: Burton's Bar 15-Knock On Any Door: Poor 16-Flat tires, Fights, and Falstaffs 17-It's Different Here: Perfect Day 18-Old Store 19-One House: Mental Illness AGE20-Old People: Introduction 21-Old People: Mind 22-Old People: Memory 23-Old People : Meaning. 24-Old People: Muscle CULTURE25-On Any Given Sunday: Checker Kings 26-Orlando's First Black Police 27-Life Inside Extended Stay Motels 28-Faces in the Crowd: Illegal Immigration 29-Facing the Future: Time WATERSHED30-FAMU: A March to a Tragedy 31-Faces and Places: Disaster 32-Adam Walsh Slaying Puts City on Guard 33-Columbia Disaster: Heart of a Tragedy 34-Kimberly Mays: Switched at Birth 35-Georgia Cremation Scandal 36-Anatomy of an Accident

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Jeff Kunerth's writing about the blur of people and events swirling around us has the clarity and beauty - often terrible beauty - of revealed truth. In economical, poetic prose he brings into focus, in all its astonishing permutations, colors, shades, agonies and ecstasies, a world we only thought we knew. - Greg Dawson, author of Hiding in the Spotlight and Judgment Before Nurember. ....What comes through in this collection of stories is that Jeff Kunerth is a writer with a compassionate heart. No matter how battered, hated or ignored a segment of society is, its members have an advocate who will listen and understand, and present them fairly and with respect to the world. -- Mark I. Pinsky, author of Met Her On The Mountain: A Forty-Year Quest to Solve the Appalachian Cold-Case Murder of Nancy Morgan. .....Jeff Kunerth is a writer and journalist of extraordinary humanity and curiosity for the mysteries of our shared condition. Jeff has the rare ability to shed new light on the culture by telling riveting stories of people living on its fault lines. -- Jacob Levenson, author of The Secret Epidemic, The Story of AIDS and Black America.