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Friday, December 9, 2011

At Baldwin Saturday : Tears for my City.

The Metro Times in writing about Dimitrieski and  the upcoming the upcoming book signing at Baldwin, said..

 Tears for My City, (is) “the true story of an immigrant white kid from Macedonia who moves to the most dangerous neighborhood in Detroit at the height of gang violence in the 1970s.” Dimitrieski tells us, “The neighborhood was the 48211 ZIP code — one of the most dangerous in the country in the ’70s and ’80s. I lived at 5315 McDougall between Frederick and Kirby on the south east side of Detroit. I lived in that neighborhood until I was about 19.”

Signed copies will be available at Baldwin from 2pm to 5:30 pm on Saturday

According to  Bookstand Publishing Dean Dimitrieski, 
The author of Tears for My City, earned his
Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Wayne State University and masters in Information Resource Management from Central Michigan University. He is pursuing a doctorate in International Business and expects to have it completed by 2014. He lives in Michigan with his wife and two boys.

Tears for the City is also available on Kindle for $9.99 and in paperback at $15.95 from Amazon.

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