• Interview With Jere Krakoff, Author Of The Chameleon Shuffle

    Interview With Jere Krakoff, Author Of The Chameleon Shuffle0

    Is he Liberal? Or is he Conservative? The highest judge in the land can’t make up his mind. In The Chameleon Shuffle, a Supreme Court Justice involuntarily changes his judicial philosophy every few days. The author Jere Krakoff talks to Book Glow about his satirical novel. Describe the book in one sentence. The Chameleon Shuffle

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  • Interview With Barbara L. Baer, Author Of The Ice Palace Waltz

    Interview With Barbara L. Baer, Author Of The Ice Palace Waltz1

    Spanning decades and crossing the country from Colorado to New York to California, The Ice Palace Waltz by Barbara L. Baer follows two Jewish immigrant families as they love, lose, and experience the enduring power of family during the early twentieth century. The author Barbara L. Baer talks to Book Glow about the book. Describe

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  • Interview With Gregory R. Piché, Author Of The Four Trials Of Henry Ford

    Interview With Gregory R. Piché, Author Of The Four Trials Of Henry Ford0

    In Gregory R. Piché’s new book, The Four Trials of Henry Ford, four landmark court cases reveal the dark side of Ford’s legal clashes and the quirks of his character and personality that ushered his image in the public’s imagination from mechanical savant and populist sage to isolated, imperious bigot. The author Gregory R. Piché

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  • Interview With Carmit Delman, Author Of Consider The Feast

    Interview With Carmit Delman, Author Of Consider The Feast0

    Consider the Feast follows Talia through the streets of The Quarter, where every imaginable delicacy is made and devoured, every unspeakable hunger is fulfilled. But the privileged patrons who feast there, and the third-world laborers who feed them—the haves and have-nots—are about to face a reckoning. The author Carmit Delman talks to Book Glow about

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  • Interview With Nathaniel Popkin, Author Of The Year Of The Return

    Interview With Nathaniel Popkin, Author Of The Year Of The Return0

    Set against the backdrop of 1976 Philadelphia, The Year of the Return follows the path of two families, the Jewish Silks and African American Johnsons, as they are first united by marriage and then by grief, turmoil, and the difficult task of trying to live in an America failing to live up to its ideals.

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  • Interview With Susan Swartz, Author Of Laughing In The Dark

    Interview With Susan Swartz, Author Of Laughing In The Dark0

    In Laughing in the Dark, Franny, Jude, and Anna go on their annual lake camp-out in Northern California to eat and drink, skinny dip and whoop into the night when the subject turns to death. What do you want to do before you die? What will you wear to your funeral? Who will do your

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