Readers' Favorite 2017 Book Competition Finalist, FICTION-ANTHOLOGY
Theodore Jerome Cohen's first collection of unusual short stories met with such an unqualified success that he was persuaded to prepare a second set of equally enjoyable stories about the adventure we call "life." This book continues his penchant for writing tales that mix truth and fiction in ways even the author's friends and family find difficult to detangle . . . tales about people with whom he's worked or simply known, people who, for one reason or another, struck him as having a story to tell and from whom he learned something that has stayed with him through the years. It's their stories he wants to share with you in this book. Here you'll find unusual stories about a violinist and his wife who escaped the death camp at Treblinka, about a man who, because of his impatience, interrupted a meeting of Roosevelt, Churchill, and De Gaulle, and about a young woman's descent into the darkness of schizophreniastories vividly brought to life in this, the second collection of short stories by Theodore Jerome Cohen.