In the small village of Saranac Lake, high in the Adirondack Mountains, thousands of sick people came in the hope that the mountain air, the sanitoriums, the many private homes turned into 'cure cottages' would save their lives. Gabriel Levine was sent because a foolish act of bravery, knocking down a notorious gangster to protect a young woman threatened a gang war. He never dreamed that he would find a new life, true friendship, love, and mortal danger.
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Born Utica, NY, June 26, 1927. Received BA from Colgate University, Hamilton, NY and LLB from Cornell law School, Ithaca, NY. Have served in the following capacities:
Associate Attorney, NYS Department of State;
Counsel, NY Planning Federation;
Adjunct Professor, State University of NY at Albany;
Adjunct Professor, Pace University, White Plains, NY;
Special Counsel For Land Use Laws, to NYS Legislative Commission on Rural Resources.
4 stars. This book is filled with well-done historical details, in the lives of people during the twenties. -- Amazing Authors Showcase
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