|Format||Release Date||List Price||Your Price||ISBN|
|10 Audio CDs||May 31, 2016||$59.99||$47.99||9781520018348||Add to Cart|
|2 MP3 CDs||May 31, 2016||$29.99||$19.99||9781520018386||Add to Cart|
Who exactly is Danziger? He’s a writer of letters for illiterate immigrants on Manhattan’s Lower East Side—“a steadfast practitioner of concealing and forgetting” for his clients, and perhaps for himself: he hints at a much more worldly past. What and whoever he really is or has been, he has a seemingly boundless knowledge of the city and its denizens. And he knows much more than the mere identity of the floating corpse. For one thing, he knows how the dead man was involved in New York City’s “Little Deutschland,” where swastikas were proudly displayed just months before. And he also seems to know how the investigation will put Cain—and perhaps his daughter and the woman he’s fallen for—in harm’s way.
“Intelligent . . . The likable and well-drawn [protagonist] will go over well with readers, especially those fond of historicals.” - Publishers Weekly