Books by Eric Zencey

Released: May 1, 1998

"Intelligent but rather unmoving work."
These ruminations from Zencey (Panama, 1995)—on the flow of time, the intimacy of place and self-knowledge, the importance of the long view and responsibility—have seen a lot of previous weather; indeed, many seem to have gathered a bit of rust. Read full book review >
PANAMA by Eric Zencey
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Sept. 1, 1995

"A debut that offers intense intrigue; an intellectual hero who's pedigreed and real; and a Paris of its day vividly and expertly rendered. (First printing of 100,00; Book-of-the-Month selection)"
Henry Adams, ``grandson of one President and great-grandson of another,'' becomes a courageous sleuth in the hotels, streets, and tunnels of 19th-century Paris. Read full book review >