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"That's me holding the books"

I'm delighted to see my novels on display at the Isaac Waldman Vancouver Jewish Library.

Thank you Helen Pinsky, librarian (yes! I wanted to be a librarian when I was growing up) for sending me this great photo. 

 "I have read much of Passport Control, and like the other 2 books, I found it gripping me and impressing me with the characters - their depth and strength."

"Your White Zion short stories are receiving excellent reviews here."

These are just some of the lines Helen emails me that give me so much support. 

A big public thank you!



Reminder: See you tomorrow at Keramikli
"Moving and Powerful" White Zion
 

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