Reviews

  • Nightmare in Berlin - "The reader is captivated by the protagonist's  raw nerves… and is unable to stop reading." (Talma Admon, "Maariv") more…

  • "The translation of William Faulkner's Short Stories into Hebrew is a rare and special literary event… Lovers of literature should seize the opportunity to familiarise themselves with his work." (Yehuda Olamo-Avital. "Motsash") more…

  • "A beautiful female spy, a naive British officer, a Nazi spymaster and a British spymaster: these are the ingredients which make a winning cocktail titled The Best of Our Spies." (Ran Edelist, "Maariv") more…

  • "The Rythm of Memory is simply beautiful! A love story which brings you to tears… I highly recommend it!" (Carmit Bar-Gil, "Carmitshuk") more…

  • "The Best of Our Spies is a spectacular read… I am fascinated by WWII and this was a perfect read for me. The end devestated me and I couldn't stop the flow of tears." (Susan Tsadok, "Nuritha") more…

  • 12 stories – "The stories take place in a small town in Mississippi and deal with the tension between black slaves and white masters, between wealth and poverty, splendor and degeneration – but mostly with the human nature, on all its sides – and one can not help but feel amazed while reading from this masterpiece of literature, translated expertly by Rachel Penn." (Atara Ofek) more…

  • "Stasi Wolf, the sequel to Stasi Child, is just as suspensful and thrilling… The quality of the writing makes one eager for the next book in the series." (David Rosenthal, Walla!) more…

  • "I loved Stasi Child, the first in the series, and Stasi Wolf is just as good. Now I'm waiting for the next book in the series." (Gadi Eidelheit, "Bikorot Sfarim") more…