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A Novel by Ed Brodow


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Fixer - A Novel by Ed BrodowAn Incredibly Auspicious Debut


Fixer reviewed by Ken Scott, author of Jack of Hearts

Brodow's debut novel reels in the reader within the first few pages. His characters are well defined and highly believable and at the same time he paints an accurate yet disturbing picture of New York in the early part of the 20th Century. By way of a compliment Mr. Brodow your book is waaaaay too short. That said, Ed doesn't beat about the bush with meaningless words or over descriptive and over elaborate adjectives. Brodow tells it how it is, he calls a spade a spade and as a result the novel moves along at a scintillating pace that carries the reader along with it. The book progresses cleverly and swiftly as the characters develop and their own individual stories come together in a wonderful climax. Brodow's novel takes the reader through every emotion imaginable as we admire, love, pity and sympathise with the main character Harry Leonnoff. Brodow is a natural storyteller and a man with many talents. I just wish he'd given the reader another 20,000 words.

Congratulations Ed, your book is up there with the best of them!


 
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