“I liked the background information about Wauwatosa in the 1920’s more than anything. The homeless living near the river, hopping trains. It is no wonder that my mom freaked us out as kids, to stay away from the woods down there.”
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Paul J. Hoffman
Paul J. Hoffman is a career journalist who gave up that career in September 2019 to write full-time.
He has two nonfiction books published: "Murder in Wauwatosa: The Mysterious Death of Buddy Schumacher," and "Wicked Columbus, Indiana."
He was born in Madison, Wisconsin, is a graduate of Wauwatosa East High School and earned a bachelors degree from the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee in Mass Communications.
His journalism experience includes working as a sports writer at the Milwaukee Sentinel, assistant sports editor at Pioneer Press newspapers in the Chicago area, sports editor and news editor in Shelbyville, Indiana, and as a special publications editor at the Daily Journal in Franklin and Columbus, Indiana.
He lives in Columbus, Indiana, with his wife, Kimberly S. Hoffman, who is also an author. He has three daughters, a son and two stepdaughters.
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July 25, 2012
Buddy Schumacher book
1925, 4 stars, book review, Buddy Schumahcer, GoodReads, homeless, Murder in Wauwatosa, Paul Hoffman, trains, Wisconsin
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