The Brownstone

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Midway through the brisk fall of 1941, Morris and Sadie Goldstein begin to cultivate a small community of tenants in their six-flat brownstone. As World War II descends, this group has no options but to cling to one another. The fate of each tenant depends on the relationships they develop as they grapple with the outcomes of war. The Brownstone is a story of compassion, grief, love, and understanding shared by this small, eclectic community.
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Overview

Midway through the brisk fall of 1941, Morris and Sadie Goldstein begin to cultivate a small community of tenants in their six-flat brownstone. As World War II descends, this group has no options but to cling to one another. The fate of each tenant depends on the relationships they develop as they grapple with the outcomes of war. The Brownstone is a story of compassion, grief, love, and understanding shared by this small, eclectic community.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781479194674
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 11/10/2012
  • Pages: 392
  • Sales rank: 1,104,264
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.81 (d)

Meet the Author

Judith Reveal is the author of the Lindsey Gale Mystery Series published by Cambridge Books - "Cheating Death," "The Music Room," and "A House to Kill For." In addition she is the author of "Around Greensboro" with Arcadia Publishing. She has taught creative writing classes across the Delmarva Peninsula. She has presented fiction workshops at community colleges and writers' conferences and has served as committee member for 16 years for the Bay To Ocean Writers' Conference. She is a freelance book indexer, copyeditor, and provides manuscript review services for beginning and intermediate writers. She has published short story fiction in numerous local and national magazines and she has written nonfiction articles for regional magazines and newspapers. Judy has served the Maryland Writers' Association as secretary and president as well as serving two terms as president of the Eastern Shore Writers Association. She writes book reviews for the New York Journal of Books. The Brownstone is her first historical fiction work and first self-published endeavor.
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