The Burglary, by Betty Medsger @ NYJB

“The Burglary shows how a small group of committed individuals performed the bravest act of all, exposing Hoover . . .” – See more at: http://www.nyjournalofbooks.com/book-review/burglary-j-edgar-hoover#sthash.4xcuE9qY.dpuf Continue reading The Burglary, by Betty Medsger @ NYJB

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CCLaP Fridays: Isaac: a modern fable, by Ivan Goldman

Karl Wolff reviews “Isaac: a modern fable,” by Ivan G. Goldman, in which Lenny, really the Isaac from the Bible, works security for a LA movie mogul and meets Ruth, a struggling academic with an equally troubled past. In this telling, the Biblical Isaac was granted eternal life and youth. He witnesses mankind’s foibles across the centuries, so long as he doesn’t fall in love or land in jail, because then they would discover he’s not like other men. Continue reading CCLaP Fridays: Isaac: a modern fable, by Ivan Goldman

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