We’re taking a brief break from our weekly essays while Hal finishes his latest historical novel, “CRY EDEN,” the final installment of his Eden Trilogy. CRY EDEN follows HEIRS OF EDEN and the EDEN LEGACY, covering a span of twenty-five years in the lives of American Jewish businessman Noah Greenspan and his Palestinian-American wife, Alexandra Salaman.
Cry Eden is targeted for summer release so Hal is taking this time off, for final writing, editing and preparation for publication. Hal’s first historical novel, REMEMBR THIS DREAM, (Bantam Books) was a Chicago Tribune best Seller and was the recipient of the 1989 Friends of Literature Award for Fiction.
See you later in the year.
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You will be missed…. enjoy your summer and look forward to your next great book. ????
Hal, you know I will be anxious to read Cry Eden … wishing you and Diane a wonderful summer gg
Enjoy that wonderful trip you were describing when I last saw you.
Perhaps we will see one another when you are in Chicago.
will miss you in aspen this year– hope to see you in Milwaukee soon!