FIXER

A Novel by Ed Brodow


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Fixer reviewed by Cara Wilson, author of Dear Otto: Letters from Otto Frank

Fixer is a terrific story. I could not put it down. The characters are developed beautifully and I could not wait to see what each successive chapter would bring. The main character is a Russian Jew and Fixer should appeal to Jewish readers, but the story is universally compelling in the same way as The Godfather -- Don Corleone is Italian, but the drama has universal appeal. Brodow does for Jews what Mario Puzo did for Italians. Harry Leonnoff's saga is the story of human beings overcoming the obstacles that life sets for them. Harry confronts polio and anti-Semitism and becomes the "Robin Hood" of New York. My prediction is that Fixer will become a classic.

 
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