Very Narrow Bridge

“Our crime was a crime of the heart, if it was a crime at all.” That the last sentence in Joy Plummer’s last letter to Gideon Gold, the private investigator who has made her union with her long-lost father possible. He was a Vietnam War hero, Ray De Rosi, and his unusual, complicated relationship with his daughter is at the core of this novel: a hybrid of literary and mystery fiction. More

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Language: English
ISBN: 9781310139871
About Hillel F. Damron

Hillel F. Damron was born in Israel to parents who survived the Holocaust. He was an officer in an elite paratroop unit and was wounded in battle. He studied film at the London Film School and became a film director of TV documentaries, a feature film, and numerous video shorts. In Israel, he was an award-winning author of the Sci-fi novel, "The War of the Sexes," short stories and film reviews. Here in America, among other works, he has published two novels in the series of Gideon Gold’s Investigations: "Very Narrow Bridge" and "Unidentified Woman." In 2011, he won Moment Magazine’s Memoir Contest with his entry, "The Sweet Life," about the kibbutz where he was born.
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Very Narrow Bridge
A hybrid of literary and mystery fiction, the novel Very Narrow Bridge is centered on a complicated relationship between a daughter and her long lost father, a Vietnam War hero. Please check for further details about the author, his books and his writing.

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