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Stephanie Schorow is a Boston-based freelance writer, author, teacher and artist. She is the author of The Crime of the Century: How the Brink's Robbers Stole Millions and the Hearts of Boston; East of Boston: Notes from the Harbor Islands (The History Press, 2008); Boston on Fire: A History of Fires and Firefighting in Boston; and The Cocoanut Grove Fire. She was the editor of Boston's Fire Trail: A Walk Through the City's Fire and Firefighting History (The History Press, 2007). She has spent thirty years working for various news organizations, including the Boston Herald, the TAB chain, the Stamford Advocate and the Associated Press. She currently works as a freelancer for the Boston Globe and teaches writing at the Cambridge Center for Adult Education. She is working on her next book on Boston's drinking history.
more interesting information about the activities in the areaPublished 6 months ago by Phillip Barboza
Everything I wanted to know and more. Excellent overview of the mobs hold on Boston. I enjoyed the writing and the information.Published 12 months ago by Reading Lady
I read this book after I read Citizen Somerville. I like this book much better, they really talk about the locals and where they hung out. The stories are much more interesting. Read morePublished 12 months ago by icusuern
It's told like it is. I lived in Boston and find it interesting to see places familiar to me and to hear just what was going on.Published 15 months ago by Lynda K. McGrath