Books by John Schwartz

BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR
Released: Nov. 8, 2012

"An honest, earnest, straightforward account of one boy's coming out."
A family's memoir of raising a gay son. Read full book review >
NONFICTION
Released: April 1, 2010

"The author quotes Newman then successfully proves him wrong. (Nonfiction. 11-14)"
Randy Newman famously sang, "short people got no reason to live," but Schwartz presents himself as living proof that being short is no obstacle to happiness or success. Read full book review >
CURRENT AFFAIRS
Released: Sept. 19, 2000

"A sobering exposé; required reading for anyone concerned with the state of our medical preparedness."
Worries over domestic terrorism rarely extend to biological weapons; if the authors are correct, that may be a fatal mistake. Read full book review >
ENCHANTING THE SWAN by John Schwartz
FICTION & LITERATURE

"A lively composition, shy of a perfect symphony."
In Schwartz's (Some Women I Know, 2014 etc.) novel, a passion for music brings together a young couple, though they discover that the path to true love can hit quite a few dissonant notes. Read full book review >
SOME WOMEN I HAVE KNOWN by John Schwartz
BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR

"A wistful but spotty memoir."
Paying homage to his great uncle, an ex-World Bank professional makes his debut with a memoir featuring the series of women he encountered in his youth. Read full book review >