Author: Howard Lachtman

Howard Lachtman

A Caribbean Caper

From the Files of the Delta Detective Agency Fiction- I It all began with a tropical island beachfront and a charming woman making a travel

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Howard Lachtman

The Future of Baseball

Another in a series honoring Spring, and with it, the opening of baseball season. This is a work of fiction by Howard Lachtman.     

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Howard Lachtman

What Baseball Means to Me

One in a series honoring Spring, and with it, the opening of baseball season. What did Yogi Berra say was the secret of baseball? Who

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Howard Lachtman

Book Review: A Child Left Behind

A New Novel by Phil Hutcheon, Reviewed by Howard Lachtman Stockton author and teacher Phil Hutcheon moves into new fictional territory in “A Child Left

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Howard Lachtman

Aunt Ellie’s Inheritance

Part Three of Three In case you missed them, check out Part One and Part Two before you proceed.  Having survived a dangerous chase after

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Howard Lachtman

This is Your Pilot Speaking

The Man in the Recliner #5 Can you find peace and contentment within the limitations of a quarantine? That’s a key issue for many in

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Howard Lachtman

Back to Square One

The Man in the Recliner series #4 Maybe it was the heat of a Fourth of July garden party or the hard lemonade. But it

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Howard Lachtman

Unlocked

Man in Recliner #3 “…on my homage list were Stocktonians Al and Mel Corren. Uncle and nephew, the two Correns found one another in wartime

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Howard Lachtman

Aunt Ellie’s Inheritance

Part One Avoid gatherings.  Isolate but keep connected.   Quarantine to save lives including your own. Times are tough, but you’re tougher. Take care of your

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