Joan Lipinsky Cochran is a freelance writer who has written for such publications as Family Circle, the Philadelphia Inquirer, the Sun-Sentinel, The Miami Herald, the Palm Beach Post, and South Florida Magazine. The short stories in her collection, Still Missing Beulah: Tales of Blacks and Jews in Mid-Century Miami, have won numerous awards. She lives in Boca Raton, Florida with her husband and cat. You can reach Joan at http://www.joanlipinskycochran.com
Descripción del libro
The Yiddish Gangster’s Daughter is a 100,000-word women’s/crime novel about a former investigative reporter whose life is endangered when she discovers her elderly father was a member of the Jewish mafia. It explores the colorful and precarious world of Jewish gangsters of 1940s and 1950s Miami and New York.
Público al que se apunta
Jewish men and women, mystery and, to a lesser extent, suspense readers, Women's book club members, individuals interested in recent history about Miami.
Tipo de portada de libro
Tapa blanda o Paperback
Editorial del ebook
Kindle de Amazon
Diseño de inspiración
nicely simple --
I like the 40s feel of it ... though I have a modern book
tells the story of the relationship between the two people.
draws you in, makes you wonder what books about. also like use of color
olor scheme, draws you in, I'm c
I like the feel of a woman in danger from strange men (though in my cover they men would look somewhat more dangerous since they're gangsters)
Atributos de estilo
Necesidades de diseño
Not entirely sure. I think I've indicated which cover styles I like from the designs selection. Other ideas: 1. Men in 1940s gangster attire facing away (or over her shoulder) while a more contemporary women faces the reader. ((she's tallish, with long curly hair that falls in her face). 2. Something with the feel of George Tooker's The Subway
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