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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:Short Stories (single author)
  • Language:English
  • Pages:130
  • eBook ISBN:9781483506579

Jottings From The Labyrinth

by William Kind Hamburg, Jr

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Overview

Jottings From The Labyrinth is a compilation of short stories and adult humor written by Vietnam Veteran, William Kind Hamburg, Jr. After spending several years in Egypt and the middle east Hamburg became a journalist and writer for a local newspaper in Cairo. Learning to speak and write Arabic in just 1 year, he was able to explore the depths that the muslim country has to offer that most people never get to experience. This book is about his experiences during this time. This book is filled with adult humor and stories that make you laugh and cry. In a brilliant compilation to create Hamburg's first published book.

Description

Jottings From The Labyrinth is a compilation of short stories and adult humor written by Vietnam Veteran, William Kind Hamburg, Jr. After spending several years in Egypt and the middle east Hamburg became a journalist and writer for a local newspaper in Cairo. Learning to speak and write Arabic in just 1 year, he was able to explore the depths that the muslim country has to offer that most people never get to experience. This book is about his experiences during this time. This book is filled with adult humor and stories that make you laugh and cry. In a brilliant compilation to create Hamburg's first published book.

About the author

William “Bill Jr.” Kind Hamburg, Jr. was a writer, entrepreneur and avid world traveler. Also serving in the Vietnam war, Hamburg received the honorary Bronze Star and Purple Heart medals for his valor during this time. His father, William “Pappy” Kind Hamburg Sr. was also a successful real estate entrepreneur in the Pittsburgh area developing real estate and even starting his own Hamburg Savings & Loan Bank in Pittsburgh and the Dorothy Carol Gallery in Stone Harbor, NJ. Hamburg spent 5 years in Egypt and the middle east during the years 1998 - 2003 as a journalist and writer for a local newspaper in Cairo. Hamburg wrote and spoke Spanish, German and Arabic and always had keen interest in antiques and fine art. Hamburg also spent many years in Central America during the 80‘s with his wife, Joey Best. They owned and operated the famous tourist destination, Fido’s Restaurant and had a son, William “Will” Joseph Hamburg in Belize, Central America.

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