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Lynda Cohen Loigman: The Two-Family House

(Fiction, 304 p. 2016)

Two families in post-war Brooklyn are inextricably linked by blood, marriage, and a long-held secret. This debut novel is permeated with hope, happiness, heartbreak, betrayal, yearning, and disappointment.

Discussion guide from the Jewish Book Council

Kirkus Review

Review by Evie Saphire-Bernstein, Jewish Book Council

Review by Rivkah Lambert Adler, The Jerusalem Post, March 10, 2016 [requires registration]

Author’s Note:

Leslie Lindsay interviews Lynda Cohen Loigman