Mark Tye Turner

If you’ve been searching for a comprehensive, conversationally-toned, boosterish history of the Seattle Seahawks, composed entirely of short, bathroom-length entries, search no longer. And, yes, that may sound like an absurd “if,” but the Hawks are sports lifeblood in these parts, and every fan has memories he or she would like to relive, or even just confirm. Enter television writer Mark Tye Turner and his Notes From a 12 Man: A Truly Biased History of the Seattle Seahawks (Sasquatch, $24.95). Recalling everything from the team’s trade of Ahmad Rashad to Steve Largent’s epic revenge hit on Denver safety Mike Harden, it’s enough to put even the most Cliff Claven of us to shame. DAMON AGNOS

Fri., Sept. 11, 7:30 p.m.; Fri., Oct. 9, 7 p.m., 2009

 
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