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Thread: H.P. Albarelli has passed away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Magda Hassan View Post
    Can we please start a new thread about other people's books and publishers as this thread is about Hank Albarelli.
    Thanks, Magda.

    Hank was a very kind man. I wrote on a forum that I had been looking forward to reading 'A Terrible Mistake' and he kindly sent me an autographed copy. Free. He didn't know me in the slightest.

    I look forward to his upcoming book, and only wish he would have had more time here with the rest of us. I was impressed with a number of things in 'A Secret Order.' For example, I wasn't aware of the sort of work John Pic did. His stuff there about Rose Cheramie was excellent. So was the stuff on George Hunter White.

    Hank will be missed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard Booth View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Magda Hassan View Post
    Can we please start a new thread about other people's books and publishers as this thread is about Hank Albarelli.
    Thanks, Magda.

    Hank was a very kind man. I wrote on a forum that I had been looking forward to reading 'A Terrible Mistake' and he kindly sent me an autographed copy. Free. He didn't know me in the slightest.

    I look forward to his upcoming book, and only wish he would have had more time here with the rest of us. I was impressed with a number of things in 'A Secret Order.' For example, I wasn't aware of the sort of work John Pic did. His stuff there about Rose Cheramie was excellent. So was the stuff on George Hunter White.

    Hank will be missed.
    That he will be. He will be sadly missed. One of the nicest humans I never did meet but I loved the person in knew through our online contacts. A lovely human being. Kind. Generous. He knew his books were important and he wanted people to read them. He shared them with you and others. He shared his contacts and research with others because he wanted others to also be successful in their works because it was all important no matter who did it. There was no ego involved. He loved his family so much and I loved watching the growing up of his grandkids and the joy they gave him. The wolves. His dog. His travels. His work. He had other books within him and I am sad that they have not made it to us because of his passing. He had so much more to give in life. It is a damned shame life didn't give him more time.
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