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Residents line up to collect vegetables purchased through group orders at a residential area in Wuha
Novel races to top of Amazon after fans spot parallels with coronavirus

Dean Koontz's novel 'The Eyes of Darkness,' released in 1981, features a killer virus named 'Wuhan-400'.

The Holocaust Lover Matt Nesvisky Published independently 2018 397 pages; $12
The Holocuast Lover-a historical novel in two volumes

This historical novel by Matt Nesvisky, a former writer for both The Jerusalem Post and The Jerusalem Report, takes the reader on an emotional ride from the revolt at Sobibor to present day

By ILAN CHAIM
25/02/2020
French novelist published Holocaust denials and caricatures 30 years ago

“Everybody knows the camps never existed,” a caption alongside that caricature read.

By CNAAN LIPHSHIZ/JTA
04/09/2019
Book review: Revelatory reunions

Richard Russo’s novel ‘Chances Are…’ is a beguiling, surprising reunion of college friends.

By COLETTE BANCROFT
14/08/2019
Book review: Kidnapping on steroids

‘The Chain’ is a kidnap yarn made for the big screen

By CONNIE OGLE
31/07/2019
Boris Johnson’s novel, Seventy-Two Virgins: A glimpse into his inner world

The book takes place over a few hours during which a group of Islamic terrorists plan to kidnap the US president while the Johnson-like hero stumbles across the plot and tries to foil it.

"Romance on the Road" unites book-lovers across Israel

Groups and events are like oxygen for the growing cadre of enthusiasts of the erotic romance genre.

By CARMIT SAPIR VITZ
10/07/2019
For Such a Time
Love story between Nazi and Jew roils romance novel community

"Co-opting a genocide to further your specific religious perspective is unacceptable," critic says about 'For Such a Time.'

By JPOST.COM STAFF
10/08/2015
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