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In Support of Building Well To the Editor: I found Paul Hanke's review of my book, The Apple Corps Guide To The Well Built House, unusual. Mr. Hanke clearly disagrees with me often, yet he finally "recommend[s] the Well Built House only with many reservations." If Mr. Hanke finds the presentation so spotty, why does he recommend it at all? He is dismayed when I neglect to cover building practices I don't approve of, but then begs the point: This book is meant to convince customers to pay for a well-made and long-lasting structure. My view of how they can reach that goal is the substance of the text. Maybe Mr. Hanke thought Apple Corps should have written a ten-volume