Wendell Jamieson Audio Books

Wendell Jamieson Audio Books

Wendell Jamieson, city editor for the New York Times, has been a newspaperman for twenty years. He lives in Brooklyn with his wife, acclaimed nonfiction author Helene Stapinski, and their two children, three-year-old Paulina and seven-year-old Dean—who figures prominently in Father Knows Less.

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