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1 Ben Maartman; Blanche Harding Marco Polo on the O. A. S : Low-Budget World Travel Tales for All Ages
Canada Fogducker's Press 2001 0969404026 / 9780969404026 First Edition Paperback Fine 
0969404026 223 pages. Author's signature upon title page. Join the author and his partner as they visit fifty countries around the world and share with you over 500 tips that will help make your travels fun! Gift quality. 
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2 Maartman, Ben The Iron Bowl Blues
Errington, BC, Canada Fogduckers Press/Granville Island Publishing 1989 096940400X / 9780969404002 Reprint Paperback Very Good 
096940400X 172 pages. Recounts author's experiences in China whilst teaching English with his wife on a voluntary basis. "I was like the ancient mariner; under a terrible compulsion to stop western travellers and tourists and hold them by the lapel as I babbled off all the iniquities of the monstrous oriental madhouse.... "What is it like to experience waiting to be executed? It is lastingly horrifying even by vicarous experience. Believe me." But don't worry, there were lighter moments as well! Author won the Brissendon Scholarship for creative writing at the University of British Columbia. 
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3 Maartman, Ben The Strange Thing About Miracles
Errington, BC, Canada Fogduckers Press/Granville Island Publishing 1990 0969404018 / 9780969404019 First Edition Paperback Good 
0969404018 128 pages. In 1962 Benny Foster was serving his seventh term in the B.C. Penitentiary when the Canadian government decided to experiment in paroling addict inmates. It was a roller coaster ride of depressions and euphorias garnished with drug squad guzzlings and prison humour but Benny hung out to the end. Also provides two glimpses of life on B.C. coastal native reserves plus an insider's view of capital punishment. Unmarked copy with moderate wear. Author served in the Royal Canadian Navy in World War II. 
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