Reviews Of Haunts
Jack Magnus Review
A Review of Haunts

Haunts had a special significance for me even before I began reading it. While I wasn't working in the San Francisco downtown area until nearly twenty years after the story takes place, Natoma Street between 5th and 8th Streets was a haunt of sorts on a daily basis.
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Elana O'Loskey Review
A Review of Haunts

Jansen pulls you into the lives of his on-the-edge-of-sanity characters who populate 1970s San Francisco's SOMA
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Alfred J. Garrotto Review
A Review of Haunts

Down-and-out street person George Zumpo personifies San Francisco's Tenderloin district, a neighborhood most natives and tourists do their best to avoid.
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Paula Franceschi Review
A Review of Haunts

George Jansen, a guy who came to this party of mine in 1975
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James Hanna Review
A Review of Haunts

Haunts takes you on an unforgettable journey into the seedy underbelly of San Francisco, a world populated by winos, drug addicts, and prophetic ghosts that pop up with the regularity of the morning mail.
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Stephen Fisher Review
A Review of Haunts

Jansen does an amazing job of creating the infamous subcultures of San Francisco in the mid seventies. His writing style did not pull any punches.
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Lit Amri Review
A Review of Haunts

After his release from jail, 'half-breed' George Zumpo arrives in the city searching for his wife, Leela, who ran away with a guy who also took his dog and his 1965 Volkswagen Westfalia camper. Mingling with the homeless drunks, he soon finds himself involved in the lives of a couple and their two friends living in an old South of Market warehouse.
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