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Shaking Hands with Lefkowitz
by Melvin Foster Zumaya Publications

Category: Fiction / Autobiography
0 pages; ISBN: 1894942205

Rating: 8/10  (Ratings explained)
Reviewer: Anne K. Edwards

Review

Have you given the hereafter any thought? What must it be like and who would be there? For one fun view, pick up a copy of Shaking Hands with Lefkowitz. You won't want to put it down. The protagonist finds himself standing by a man named
Lefkowitz and his own corpse. He has just been
murdered, a well off attorney of note killed in a
seedy part of town and he has no recollection of why he was there. Lefkowitz takes newly murdered Alan Borman to his office and tells him they are going to solve his murder. They do it differently in the afterworld, by having the victim review his own life. And so Alan Borman begins the revew of his life, unsure exactly what he is supposed to be learning. Recommended as a fun read and an interesting look at a different way to solve a murder. Talented Melvin Foster has used his vivid imagination to give the reader a vastly different type of mystery to enjoy. Highly enjoyable.

 

 
 

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