In a year of surprises, the second biggest was the Chicago Cubs winning the World Series for the first time since Theodore Roosevelt was president. Philip Revzin's Just One Before I Die evokes this magical baseball moment, and the years of longing that came before it, with humor, joy and an observant eye. This new volume will bring more than a touch of warmth to the cold winter ahead.
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About the Author
Philip Revzin is a native Chicagoan who took a vacation of 46 years to live in New York, London, Paris, Brussels, Hong Kong and Summit and Madison, N.J. before returning home. During that time he reported and edited many stories of many lengths for The Wall Street Journal and St. Martin’s Press and Bloomberg News, but this was his favorite story of all. At age 64, this is his first book. Grandma Moses did her first painting when she was 78.