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Gang of Four is a story of four very different journeys and a celebration of women in the prime of life. "Every woman needs her gang of four" Mary Moody "A delightful story of the joy of stepping outside your comfort zone" Australian Women's Weekly She had a husband, children and grandchildren who loved her, a beautiful home, enough money. What sort of person was she to feel so overwhelmed with gloom and resentment on Christmas morning? They have been close friends for almost two decades, supporting each other through personal and professional crises-parents dying, children leaving home, house moves, job changes, political activism, diets and really bad haircuts. Now the 'gang of four', Isabel, Sally, Robin and Grace, are all fifty-something, successful ...and restless. It is Isabel who makes the first move, taking a year away from her family to follow in her mother's footsteps across Europe. Soon Sally is on her way to San Francisco, to come face to face with a guilty secret. Robin, in the wake of a clandestine relationship, heads for isolation in the country. And Grace? Well, Grace would never go away for an entire year, but, lonely in the others' absence, she thinks she might take a short holiday in England. Once there, she bumps into someone she hardly knows - herself. PRAISE FOR LIZ BYRSKI "Her plots and characters get stronger with each book" The Sydney Morning Herald "Liz Byrski has a guaranteed cheer squad for her novels which champion...women taking charge of their life and growing old creatively" Daily Telegraph Fans of Monica McInerney, Liane Moriarty and Joanna Trollope will love Liz Byrski.
Between 1977 and 1984 Gang Of Four pioneered the concept of the indie Guitar band that could make you think as well as dance. This is the fascinating story of how the Leeds-based outfit emerged at the height of punk and helped take it in a whole new direction, adding elements of funk, disco, dub reggae and experimental rock. Through interviews with all the original band members, managers, A&R men and musicians who joined GO4 later, author Paul Lester demonstrates how the groundbreaking band paved the way for some of the world's biggest acts, including the Red Hot Chili Peppers and Franz Ferdinand.
Seattle's Gang of Four changed the face of the city in the 1960s, '70s, and '80s by bringing four ethnic groups together in battle against city powerbrokers over development, poverty, fishing rights, and gentrification. The four leaders learned quickly that working together provided greater results than working apart. This is the story of a powerful political alliance and lifelong friendships forged through sit-ins, protest rallies, and other acts of civil disobedience. "We got very good at occupying buildings," remarked one of the Gang. Bob Santos and Gary Iwamoto recall how a Native American, Asian American, African American, and Mexican American came together to fight for their neighborhoods and their people. Bob Santos has spent most of his life in the International District of Seattle. He grew up in the N.P. Hotel with his widowed father, Sammy Santos, a professional prizefighter. He was hired in 1972 to lead the International District Improvement Association (Inter*Im). During his tenure at Inter*Im, Santos organized property owners, businesses, residents, and activists from the Asian American community to preserve the neighborhood and build new housing. Gary Iwamoto is a regular contributing writer for the International Examiner, an Asian Pacific Islander community newspaper. He has written several plays, notably Miss Minidoka 1943, which was produced by the Northwest Asian American Theater. He and Bob Santos also wrote Humbows, Not Hot Dogs in 2002.
There's humor and adventure in this, the first in the Gang of Four series. The action moves from Jerusalem's Western Wall to Lake Kinneret near Tiberias. The Gold twins are hot on the trail of the terrorists who tried to capture their family. Their little brother, Benjie, manages to hng-fu his way to safety, but not without a gazillion hilarious mishaps.

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