Books by Dan Rottenberg

Released: Oct. 22, 2008

"Readers will surely remember Jack Slade henceforth. A treat for Western history buffs and fans of true crime."
An ambitious, well-written effort to restore a Wild West desperado to history. Read full book review >
Released: Oct. 1, 2001

"Rottenberg, in selecting a subject much in need of a full-dress biography, has done undeniably creditable work. But he has found no muck to rake in the history of a rather tranquil tycoon—which may explain why his hero has been neglected heretofore. (26 b&w illustrations)"
An influential financier living quietly in the City of Brotherly Love during the era of famed titans of commerce and flamboyant robber barons is finally treated to his own book, courtesy of Philadelphia-based journalist Rottenberg (Middletown Jews, 1997). Read full book review >
Released: April 1, 1997

"American Jewish history."
The pioneering 1929 and 1937 sociological studies of ``Middletown''—the small city of Muncie, Indiana—said almost nothing about the community's 200 Jews. Read full book review >
Released: Aug. 30, 1993

"A perceptive, unsparing analysis of a colossus in crisis."
Wall Street's minders had been predicting the imminent demise of the New York Stock Exchange as the world's premier securities market long before the SEC abolished fixed commission rates in 1975. Read full book review >