Lowell B. Komie The Humpback of Lodz

ISBN 13: 9780964195745

The Humpback of Lodz

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Set in Chicago, Warsaw and London in the 1980's. A story of intrigue, romance and suspense. A man and woman each search for their own identity. He is a divorced Jewish American law professor. She is Catholic, Polish, a younger woman, an Economics professor and a member of the Solidarnosc underground on the run from the police. A love story mixed with hate, fear and revulsion in the dark shadow of the Holocaust. A man and woman caught in the net of martial law and running from the police and each other.

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"...Komie is one of the finest writers of legal fiction in our time." -- Legal Studies Forum

"A comic novel of the first rank...Conversations with a Golden Ballerina is pure comic genius." -- After Hours

"Komie is at last being hailed as one of the best short story writers in the country" -- North Shore Magazine

"The Last Jewish Shortstop in America is just too good to pass up" -- Chicago Sun Times

"With his stiletto prose, Komie will never be accused of bland storytelling; he deserves high praise for these penetrating stories" -- Chicago Tribune

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Komie, Lowell B.
Published by Swordfish/Chicago Publishers (2004)
ISBN 10: 0964195747 ISBN 13: 9780964195745
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