Consider my five novels for wonderful holiday gifts. Some can be ordered both as digital and paperback. Others in only one form. Easy. Fast.
THE PROVIDER (2012)
Russian Jewish immigrant novel, 1922 to 1960’s, of a couple seeking the American Dream. She achieves it; he doesn’t. A love story. (2012 International Book Finalist Award for Literary Fiction)
THE WAY THEY SEE (2013)
Young couple in love come upon a misconception of each other and go their separate ways into unintended lives for twenty-five years, then meet again.
CONCERNING GEORGIA STEKKER (2014)
A cautionary tale of a jilted woman driven to swindling fortune hunters
THE ROMANTIC IMPERATIVE (2017)
An analysis of the universal struggle between romanticism and the real world. (2017 International Book Award as Finalist for Literary Fiction)
AN INCIDENT IN THE FAMILY (2017)
In 1925, an uncle marries his niece (an avunculate marriage) and fathers two daughters: the elder born normal, the younger, vastly retarded (an imbecile). In 1935 during the Great Depression, the father takes the then six-year-old into the garage, closes the door, and starts the engine. (Based on a true story)
Beginning excerpt published in JewishFiction.net for their once yearly issue, Sept 2017.