January 20, 2019

Jonathan Kirsch

One of the sorry backstories of World War II is found in what the Red Cross did — or, more precisely, failed to do — during the Holocaust. 
The latest writer to reimagine King David is Paul Boorstin, the L.A.-based filmmaker in his debut historical novel, “David and the Philistine Woman.”
I approached ‘Silent Letter’ – a work of historical fiction by Yitzchak Mayer (Mosaic Press) with a certain caution – but I soon was won over.
Perhaps the best evidence that the baby boomers remain a crucial element of the publishing industry is that so many summer books are about the 1960s.
All the stars are in alignment for a remarkable new book by novelist and short-story writer David Samuel Levinson, “Tell Me How This Ends Well.”
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