Of Thanksgiving, crime novels and organizations

Farrelly, Gail E.
November 1995
Business News New Jersey;11/15/95, Vol. 8 Issue 21, p64
Offers insights on Thanksgiving, writing a murder mystery and organizations. Author's view of Thanksgiving as an idea of fun; Areas where business organizations could better use the talents of their members; Writers as entrepreneurs.


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