Writer. Traveler. Europhile, especially Italy and France. Real Estate Broker. Former academic in the field of Germanic Studies, Princeton Ph.D., interpreter and community liaison with the US Army in Germany. Hobbies: rescuing animals from abuse, abandonment and mistreatment, and being sous chef around the kitchen to my chef de cuisine wife.
Corridor of Darkness, A Novel of Nazi Germany (paperback)
Monthly Archives: February 2013
Downtown Stockton CA was a little slice of foreign wonder for me as a fifteen-year-old. Skid Row life was seedy and edgy and made me think of places out on the East Coast, where I had yet to go. I … Continue reading
Those of you who follow my posts on traveling in Europe already know that I prefer cozy, family-run restaurants. We’ve tried the gastronomique route, with all the foam and inventive cooking techniques imaginable. And it isn’t always easy when two of your … Continue reading
Dear Reader: Thanks for waiting. Here comes the conclusion (so go read Parts 1 & 2 if you’re just stumbling across this story now…) RELATIVITY, A MATTER OF PERCEPTION ‘There’s obviously more to it than I thought.” Hunt and Laurel … Continue reading
Dear Reader, be sure to read the first installment before continuing… THE DISCOVERY Heather was pleased. Someone was finally taking her seriously. It didn’t happen often anymore, certainly rarely since she had left her closest friend Robin last spring. Her mother had insisted … Continue reading
Writers such as Charles Dickens used to publish their stories and novels in serial form, so readers looked forward to the next installment, and paid for more newspapers and journals. See what you think…here’s Part One of a short story, then watch for another and … Continue reading