Books by David Horovitz

Released: March 4, 2004

"Horovitz defends these and many other arguments vigorously and effectively in a well-wrought narrative that complements Donna Rosenthal's The Israelis (2003)."
Illuminating reportage from one of the world's ugliest current wars—a conflict that, the author charges, the outside world simply does not understand. Read full book review >
Released: May 2, 2000

"Even when sarcastic, Horovitz writes with too much sincere devotion to Israel's future promise to be mistaken for a brash young Western journalist temporarily slumming it in the Middle East."
An entertaining memoir about life in Israel, highly politicized (of course). Read full book review >