The Lost Supreme

SOON TO BE A MOTION PICTURE starring Terry Dexter as The Lost Supreme and Jon Heder as Author Peter Benjaminson. Based on extensive interviews with Florence Ballard. Published by Chicago Review Press Lawrence Hill Books. NOW IN PAPERBACK!
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SOUL MAGAZINE says of THE STORY OF MOTOWN that "Benjaminson holds back nothing, sharing with the reader the thoughts and moods of the various figures who came and went during the early years.  He reflects both their enthusasim and their disillusionment, their talents and their failings, their beginnings and their fates fulfilled." 
THE SYRACUSE NEW TIMES, reviewing THE STORY OF MOTOWN, says "Right from the prologue, it's evident this isn't going to be a puff piece commissioned by Motown founder and president Berry Gordy, Jr.  Benjaminson, formerly a Detroit newspaper reporter, gives a frank appraisal of Gordy's life and his company...  [The book] goes a long way toward documenting and explaining the inherent racism in the music business, even showing how Gordy used it to his advantage in forging the immortal Motown Sound, the "sound of young America."
INVESTIGATIVE REPORTERS AND EDITORS JOURNAL says INVESTIGATIVE REPORTING is "...glutted with useful advice, sprinkled adequately with informative anecdotes, and written in a lively, readable style." 
WRITERS DIGEST calls INVESTIGATIVE REPORTING "....a valuable book for working journalists..."





FORMER PRESIDENTIAL PRESS SECRETARY GEORGE REEDY says of DEATH IN THE AFTERNOON that "I stayed up late into the night reading this absorbing story..."   


SYNDICATED COLUMNIST JAMES J. KILPATRICK calls DEATH IN THE AFTERNOON "Original...highly readable...professional."