By BEVERLY STODDART, A NH Writer’s Life
Michael Davidow, known for his book series, The Henry Bell Trilogy, has given us a new book, The Hunter of Talyashevka and spoke about it Wednesday evening at Temple Israel Synagogue in Manchester.
The novel takes place in 1926 in the Ukraine capital of Kiev. The novel is described as “a thoughtful journey through the mythology and the beauty of the Jewish past. The religious themes central to its story cut to the core of our lives, even today.”
Davidow, a lawyer and author who lives in Bedford, gives us a beautifully written novel that enlightens and educates us with an intricate and flawlessly researched plot.
Davidow also writes the column “Radio Free New Hampshire” for InDepthNH.org. You can read them here: http://indepthnh.org/series/radio/
He is the author of Gate City, Split Thirty, and The Rocketdyne Commission, three novels about politics and advertising which, taken together, form The Henry Bell Project, The Book of Order, and his most recent one, The Hunter of Talyashevka . They are available on Amazon and Barnes and Noble.
Beverly Stoddart’s column “A NH Writer’s Life” can also be found on InDepthNH.org here: http://indepthnh.org/series/beverly-stoddart/