1 edition of Connections found in the catalog.
Four guys lie dead. Can Detective Jack Contino connect a name in a dead man"s notepad, a young Mob guy and a Back Bay beauty? --P.  of cover.
|Statement||by Steven P. Marini|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||187 pages ;|
|Number of Pages||187|
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Connections was the most-watched PBS television series up to that time. It was followed by the twenty-part Connections 2 () and the ten-part Connections 3 (). Connections: An Alternative View of Change was broadcast in more than fifty countries and the companion book Connections: An Alternative History of Technology () sold well.
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