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CHESS NOTES

Chess satire is wrapped in an engaging mystery

By Harold Dondis and Patrick Wolff
Globe Staff / December 19, 2011
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Agatha Christie awake and return! You have a rival in the chess world, one Andrew Soltis, a premier columnist for Chess Life for many years, NY Post chess columnist and author of many chess texts and accomplished tournament player. He has written a book, “Los Voraces 2019’’ (McFarland, 2004) or shall we say a chess satire wrapped in an engaging mystery that competes with the very best of Whodunits.

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