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John Malone

Born in Sewickley, PA a small town on the Ohio River, fifteen miles downstream from Pittsburgh, John Malone says he has "Ohio River water flowing in my veins.” He was educated at The Hill School, Yale, University of Pittsburgh and London School of Economics.

John retired after thirty years as a career officer in the World Bank, including eight years living with his family in Africa and S.E. Asia as the World Bank’s representative in Ethiopia, Indonesia and Malawi. John and his wife, Christa Waibel, are living in Waynesville, NC, nestled between the Blue Ridge and the Great Smokies. They have five children and eight grandchildren.

John welcomes your comments:


A Retirement Odyssey

Broca's Aphasia

Traveling, Part One

Traveling, Part Two

Comfort Captain and Team One Director: On the Road to An Obama Victory

As I Look Back

Amha Goes to the Inauguration

Hitting Bottom


Sailing, Part Two

Wimbush's Luck

CultureWatch: The Man Who Loved China is a fascinating panoramic picture of China through the millennia

CultureWatch: 100 Essential Modern Poems by Womenreveals that a number of the poets suffered from bitter conflicts with their parents or from their physical or emotional absence

CultureWatch: Branch in His Hand moved our reviewer with its power, honesty and beauty; The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo is a classic locked room mystery set on an Swedish island

CultureWatch: Books: Lords of Finance, apart from being a wonderful lesson in international monetary economics and finance, is a true page turner. No Room for Doubt will appeal especially to our readers as it shows how one remarkable senior woman found the courage and strength to overcome the odds and achieve greatness.

Book Review: Operation Mincemeat: How a Dead Man and a Bizarre Plan Fooled the Nazis and Assured an Allied Victory




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