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BOOKS WITH REFERENCES TO FREDERICK COOKINHAM

CRUEL AND UNUSUAL PUNS:  A CELEBRATION OF THE SPOONERISM

Don Hauptman.  1991.  Acknowledgments page.

 

ACRONYMANIA

Don Hauptman.  1993.  Acknowledgments page.

 

GREENSPAN:  THE MAN BEHIND MONEY

Justin Martin.  2001.  Pages xii and 261.

“Fred Cookinham’s Ayn Rand-themed walking tours of New York City provided an invaluable window into the author’s life and times.”

 

FALLINGWATER RISING:  FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT, E. J. KAUFMANN, AND AMERICA’S MOST EXTRAORDINARY HOUSE

Franklin Toker.  2003.  Page 448.

 

GODDESS OF THE MARKET:  AYN RAND AND THE AMERICAN RIGHT

Jennifer Burns.  2009.  Page 350.

 

AYN RAND AND THE WORLD SHE MADE

Anne C. Heller.  2009. Pages  443, 448, 513, 522-3.

 

DEBACLE:  FAILING TO REBUILD THE TWIN TOWERS:  A COLLECTION OF ESSAYS

Joe Wright, Editor, 2011.  I contributed the essay “Pax Americana.”

 

AYN RAND NATION:  THE HIDDEN STRUGGLE FOR AMERICA’S SOUL

Gary Weiss.  2012.  Pages 26-35, 50, 267, 270, 282.

Frederick Cookinham’s THE AGE OF RAND is “rambling but intriguing…thoughtful…amusing…skeptical…far from hero-worshiping.”

“He is a knowledgable and suave tour guide, and his tours are a useful introduction to Ayn Rand.”

 

FATLASH!  FOOD POLICE AND THE FEAR OF THIN

Karen Kataline.  2012.  Acknowledgments page.  PS:  I am “Glen” in Karen’s book.

 

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EXQUISITE FOLLY:  A THOMAS DORDRECHT MYSTERY

Jon Carriel, 2015.  Dedication.