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Rabbi Goldman looked sadly at Christopher and raised his eyebrows. ... The kind
of home Christopher Lewis needed, according to Rabbi Goldman, was a spiritual
home. ... "In case you have seen it, I write under the name of Leah Goldman.
"I want to interview you as well," Leah Goldman offered. "A few questions to put
the whole situation in perspective." The rabbi suddenly stood up, pressed
Christopher's hand with his own soft white palm, began to direct him to the door.
"It must be very moving for you to be back in Paris," Leah Goldman proposed.
She had a square, almost mannish face, but there was something peculiar and
delicate about the curve of her chin, something imperfect that kept making him
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - gypsysmom - LibraryThing
This is the second book by Matt Cohen that I have read. I read Elizabeth and After a year and a half ago and enjoyed it. I knew that I had this other book on my TBR pile and that I wanted to read it ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - bhowell - LibraryThing
This book was originally published in 1990 but was re-issued in 2007 when it was made into a movie staring Susan Sarandon and Christopher Plummer. It's a good read and not overly long, moving from a ... Read full review