The Belvederes of Brooklyn: A Family's Struggle to Conquer the 1930s

This novel explores the interactions of rich and poor multi-ethnic families in a tight-knit neighborhood of 1930s Brooklyn. It is dominated by the affair of a beautiful, lustful widow and a Roman, Antinous-like godly boy that inevitably leads to tragedy. Comingled in this web of eroticism are other forbidden desires that dare not surface, but do so with the same inexorable fatal finale. More

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About David Arturi

As a World War II U.S. Navy radioman and veteran, the author studied maritime radio theory and operation further under the G.I. Bill. Thereafter, as Merchant Marine radio officer he shipped out for 43 years and sailed to more than 100 countries and places on these voyages, every one of which was more adventurous than the previous one.

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