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Stanley Yokell is a retired professional engineer who lives in Boulder, Colorado. Like many Coloradans he has had a full life of outdoor activities. His published books include The Ship, a book about a landing ship tank (LST) that saw combat in the Pacific during WWI; The Ride, (written under the pen name S. Israel), about his solo coast-to-coast bicycle trip to celebrate his 59th birthday; Dog Stories, about the important dogs in his life; House of Mirrors, and erotic novella; and Sex, Love and Erotic, an anthology, both written under his pen name; A Happy Life, his autobiography; An Old Timer's Scuba Tales, an illustrated recounting of the author' nearly 1,000 scuba dives; Murder at Plato House; his first murder mystery; Old People, an anthology of stories about the elderly; Beneath the Surface, fictional tales of scuba diving; The Body in the Park, his second; The Murder on the Mall, his third murder mystery; and The Foothills Mystery; his fourth in the series; 2084 The Secularist Revolution, a tale of how technology upset the power of religion over people; A Little book of American Haiku, which follows the classic Japanese form; and Short Stories and Sketches, an anthology. His technical books, all published by McGraw-Hill are A Working Guide to Shell and Tube Heat exchangers; Tubular Exchanger Inspection, Maintenance, and Repair, written with Carl F. Andreone; and Closed Feedwater Heaters for Power Generation: A Working Guide, written with Michael C. Catapano and Eric Svensson.