Books by Maureen Earl

BOAT OF STONE by Maureen Earl
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Jan. 1, 1993

"The author's many interviews with survivors give this little-known chapter of the Jewish WW II exodus a gritty sense of reality."
In 1940, in a desolate Rumanian port, nearly two thousand Jewish refugees were transferred to the S.S. Atlantic, a crowded ship with scarce food and an indifferent crew. Read full book review >
GULLIVER QUICK by Maureen Earl
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Jan. 1, 1992

"Still, Earl does keep the pasha-and-his-ladies theme going briskly if none too credibly."
Earl's first novel concerns a Picassoid American painter, Gulliver Quick, and the harem of women—mother, daughters, lovers, mistresses, wives—in attendance to him lifelong. Read full book review >