Author Information for Michael D'Antonio
Residence: Long Island, New York, USA
Comment: Shared the Pulitzer Prize in Journalism as part of a Newsday reporting team.
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Books In Classes: [Military] [Non-Fiction] [Reference]
Books In Genres: [Scientific based] [Sports]
Books In Database: 6
Bibliography - Non-Fiction Books by Michael D'Antonio
A Natural History of Our Most Persistent and Deadly Foe: Mosquito (©2001) 247 pp.
Non-Fiction Reference Scientific based Amazon US HC Amazon Canada HC
Reviews Available by: [Webspinner - RAM]
Author(s): Andrew Spielman, Sc.D.
, Michael D'Antonio
"Trust me - by the time I finished this book, when the county agent stopped by to ask if he could add mosquito fish to my pond, my response was a resounding, "YES, PLEASE!"" - Webspinner - RAM
Tin Cup Dreams
Non-Fiction Sports Amazon US PB Amazon Canada PB
Comment: A Long Shot Makes It on the PGA Tour
Fall From Grace
Non-Fiction Amazon US PB Amazon Canada PB
Comment: The Failed Crusade of the Christian Right
Comment: Hanford and the Lethal Toll of America's Nuclear Arsenal
Heaven on Earth
Comment: Dispatches from America's Spiritual Frontier
The Devil Slave
Comment: Carleton Renaissance Plays in Translation, 16
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