New York Journal of Books has weighed in on Keith Rosson’s new novel, Smoke City. We loved this review and were so happy to see that they did too! If you haven’t checked out this wonderful book, we hope you do now.
“Keith Rosson has a remarkable talent. He’s created an enjoyable story, an offbeat, occasionally absurd but haunting tale of life, death, heartbreak, and ultimately, redemption—if not in the way expected.” -Toni V. Sweeney, NEW YORK JOURNAL OF BOOKS
Marvin Deitz has some serious problems. His mob-connected landlord is strong-arming him out of his storefront. His therapist has concerns about his stability. He’s compelled to volunteer at the local Children’s Hospital even though it breaks his heart every week. Oh, and he’s also the guilt-ridden reincarnation of Geoffroy Thérage, the French executioner who lit Joan of Arc’s pyre in 1431.More info →