Books by Elizabeth Frank

FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Nov. 1, 2008

"As ironic judgments of monstrosity and meaning go, this one is intelligent and deeply felt, but insufficiently mordant."
Tragedy is overlaid with Jewish humor as an inoffensive man survives war and nationalism in Central Europe. Read full book review >
FAREWELL, SHANGHAI by Angel Wagenstein
Released: Nov. 6, 2007

"A patchy combination of terrible truth and predictable romance that falls short of the tragic impact the real story deserves."
Part history lesson, part potboiler, Bulgarian writer Wagenstein's novel, his first to be published in English, shows Jewish refugees struggling to survive in a Far East sanctuary. Read full book review >
CHEAT AND CHARMER by Elizabeth Frank
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Oct. 1, 2004

"Think of a really, really good John O'Hara novel. Frank has delivered the goods."
The years of the Hollywood blacklist, in an ambitious first novel from the Pulitzer-winning critic and biographer (Louise Bogan, 1986). Read full book review >