Remarkably Brighton, Still in Touch

Home is never too far away - in your thoughts or when you are beckoned back to a place you thought you left long ago. In this retrospective narrative Paul Weber recalls his years growing up in Brighton from the 1940's through the sixties. "It was the best place in the world to live," he hears from his friends. "It still is," people who live there today say. A sequel to his first novel about his town's first century, "Remarkably Brighton" is sure to capture your imagination about a time when the legacy of America's "Greatest Generation sustained a growing town well into the twenty-first century. 

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