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Despite its laughable and at times infuriating aspects, rudd's book has value he has an eye for telling detail and an ear for conversation, even. Reviewed in the sunday new york times book review (2009) fire underground: the ongoing tragedy of the centralia mine fire, globe pequot press (2011) the epidemic: a collision of power, privilege, and public health, lyons press part i tells the story of frank brennan, a young radio reporter at penn state.
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