Julian Stuart Haber holds degrees in psychology and medicine from the University of Miami, Florida. A number of his articles have appeared in major publications such as Good Housekeeping, American Veteran, Critique, and the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, to name a few. Critics including Literary Digest, Miami Herald, and Cleveland Plains Dealer among others lauded his previous six books.
Lydia and the Postal Inspector: A Group of Short Storiesby Julian Stuart Haber and Friends
Feel the intrigue of an elderly woman threated by a blackmailed mobster in "Lydia and The Postal Inspector." Experience a family quest to find a boy's mother swept away by a tornado ("A Golden Tear Drop"). Sense the fear of an unsuspecting victim trapped in the "House of Ramses." Be part of a group of firemen threatened by a flashover during a huge blaze at a county courthouse ("Harvey and the Firehouse Ghost"). Marvel at the patriotism of American soldiers as they drive "Under the Wire" to supply distant outposts in Operation Iraqi Freedom. Imagine the shock of a woman after eye surgery when she opens her closet and her clothes were "Dresses of a Different Color." Relate to a youngster with severe dyslexia whose family always compares him to his straight-A next-door neighbor ("I'll Always Remember Eddie Feldman").
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