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First time in paperback! New foreword by Shamus Award winner Peter Spiegelman. In Redemption Street, retired NYPD officer and newly minted PI Moe Prager, travels up to a decaying Borscht...Read More
Publication Date: Jan 2008
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Referring to the street in the West Rogers Park neighborhood of Chicago that divides the wealthy Jewish families from the middle class Jewish families, this 1980 novel is meticulous in...Read More
Publication Date: Apr 2012
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Only recently available for the first time in English, Panorama is the newly rediscovered first novel of H. G. Adler, a modernist master whose work has been compared to that...Read More
Publication Date: Jan 2012
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Fifteen-year-old Naomi wants to practice her faith in public, find her uncle, and help him raise enough money to bring their family to America. To accomplish this she agrees to...Read More
Publication Date: Dec 2011
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Beginning with a chance encounter with the beautiful Eliza June Watermark and ending, four days and 900 pages later, with the Events of November 17, this is the story of...Read More
Publication Date: Oct 2011
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Publication Date: Sep 2011
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The Old New Land is the classic utopian novel published by Theodor Herzl, who is in effect the father of Israel. A very well-written work of fiction, it also outlines...Read More
Publication Date: Jun 2011
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Girl Unwrapped is a girl's coming-of-age story set in 1960s Montreal about the burdens and blessings of history, the divided self, and the quest to be whole. Toni Goldblatt's awakening...Read More
Publication Date: Apr 2011
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A sweeping tale of consequences spanning the 1930s to the 1990s, moving between fascist Italy and modern Ireland In 1933, Bella Stuart leaves her quiet London life to move to Italy to...Read More
Publication Date: Apr 2011
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Life should have been sunny for Max Glickman, growing up in Crumpsall Park in peacetime, with his mother's glamorous card evenings to look forward to, and photographs of his father's...Read More
Publication Date: Feb 2011
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Ella Miller is a 36-year-old archaeologist studying one of the largest volcanic blasts in history, the famous Thera eruption. She develops a novel theory that the devasting blast sparked the...Read More
Publication Date: Dec 2010
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With Is It Good for the Jews? Biro offers a sequel to his acclaimed collection of stories Two Jews on a Train. Through twenty-nine tales - some new, some old,...Read More
Publication Date: Oct 2010
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This story begins in the aftermath of a nuclear war that has reduced our world to ashes. Luckily, a few found their way to the stars and into immortality. In...Read More
Publication Date: Sep 2010
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Publication Date: Jul 2010
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From the streets of modern Israel to the barrooms of Brooklyn to a suburban New England synagogue, the characters in these nine stories search for love and acceptance in a...Read More
Publication Date: Jul 2010
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Tamar Finegold is twenty-one years old, the happy, beautiful bride of a rising young Rabbi in one of Brooklyn's insulated, ultra-Orthodox Jewish communities.  Having married the man of her dreams...Read More
Publication Date: Jul 2010
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This remarkable collection includes four of Keret s most treasured stories: Asthma Attack, Shoes, Siren, and Foreign Language. Heralded as one of Israel s leading voices in literature and cinema,...Read More
Publication Date: Jun 2010
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Hailed as the "Israeli Kite Runner" (The Bookseller), this international bestseller and publishing phenomenon is the bittersweet story of one family, one home, and the surprising arc of one...Read More
Publication Date: Jun 2010
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An engrossing meditation on the meaning of faith, Sarah/Sara is the story of a young Orthodox Jewish woman who undertakes a solo kayaking journey across the Arctic Ocean after her...Read More
Publication Date: May 2010
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One of the great comic epics of our time: the Last Jewish Novel about the Last Jew in the World. On Christmas Eve 1999, all the Jews in the world...Read More
Publication Date: May 2010
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In this pair of moving, gracefully poignant novellas, sisters Pokras and Yariv explore the world of the elderly with deft humor and heart-wrenching detail. Pokras Feeding Mrs. Moskowitz introduces us...Read More
Publication Date: Apr 2010
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A fictional account of a Jewish family’s journey from Nazi Germany to post–World War II South Africa, this breathtaking novel follows their everyday struggles living in Johannesburg in the 1950s....Read More
Publication Date: Apr 2010
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Moving from character to character, perspective to perspective, Homesick is a complex and moving portrait of parallel lives and failing love in a time of permanent war. This remarkable, kaleidoscopic...Read More
Publication Date: Apr 2010
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Most Jewish-American fiction is centered on Jews from New York City or New Jersey or Boston whose parents all retire to Florida. Wasserman examines the diverse west coast experiences of...Read More
Publication Date: Mar 2010
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A long-lost novel by the author of As a Driven Leaf. Infidelity, faith, and power all come together in a gripping story of the prophet Hosea and his wife, Gomer....Read More
Publication Date: Mar 2010
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"With unsparing candor, Susan Messer thrusts us into a time when racial tensions sundered friends and neighbors and turned families upside down. The confrontations in Grand River and Joy are...Read More
Publication Date: Feb 2010
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A modern classic of Jewish-American literature, a remarkable journey into the shrouded world of Chassidic women. Naomi Ragen's first novel has been called 'one of the too most important Jewish...Read More
Publication Date: Feb 2010
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With a life journey that transcends time and place, The Tzaddik presents a metaphor for all humanity by illuminating how each of us may combine destiny with personal choice to...Read More
Publication Date: Jan 2010
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Did I say I was Jewish? I should be Jewish all of a sudden?Argumentative, Yiddish-speaking, eighty-year-old Jack Silver agrees to care for his grandson, Danny. When Jack is beaten up...Read More
Publication Date: Jan 2010
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Whether set in Maxim D. Shrayer's native Russia or in North America and Western Europe, the eight stories in this collection explore emotionally intricate relationships that cross traditional boundaries of...Read More
Publication Date: Oct 2009
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