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"Of the thousands of impoverished, semi-skilled Russian and Eastern European Jews who came to America in the late nineteenth century, how did this one, Barnett Baff, come to incite his own bloody end?"

BARNETT BAFF AND THE EVERLASTING MURDER CASE

BIO
BONNIE QUINT
KAPLAN

Writer and Poet born in New York City

BRIEF HISTORY

As a child in Manhattan, Bonnie played in Central Park and graduated from P.S. 6 and Hunter College High School. After graduating from Radcliffe College, Bonnie returned home. Work as an office temp lead to other business administrative jobs. Bonnie honed her writing skills penning employee benefits communiqu├ęs. During the 16 years leading up to her retirement, Bonnie was a staff member of the Park Slope Food Coop. In her spare time, she used the resources of the Brooklyn and New York Public Libraries to research Barnett Baff and the Everlasting Murder Case. Bonnie is married to David J. Kaplan and they have two adult children, one still living in New York City. Bonnie and Dave live in Rockport, Massachusetts.

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"... a woman who claimed that Barnett had driven her out of business stood on a chair shouting that 'someone would certainly kill him.' "

BARNETT BAFF AND THE EVERLASTING MURDER CASE