“Peter never stuttered when he was on stage.”
Both Kirkus Reviews and blurbers have compared Avner Landes’s debut novel, Meiselman: The Lean Years, to the writing of some literary greats, like Isaac Singer and Saul Bellow.
By CH Summie
In her lyrical prose, Bills shares her landscape of loss and survival in chapters that are deeply moving, sometimes humorous, and memorable.
In Lost Without the River, Barbara tells of her life on a small farm in South Dakota as her parents struggle to recover after the concurrent years of drought and the Great Depression.