Debut author speaks at Raymond Library
Debut author Deborah Levison tells the true story of a grisly discovery – and a family of Holocaust survivors forced to confront evil in her novel, The Crate.
Levinson will be speaking for the first time about the book since the beginning of the pandemic at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, April 7 at Raymond Library.
Reviewers hailed The Crate as “heart wrenching,” “lyrical and poetic” and “a brilliant story.” The Jerusalem Post called it “exquisite.”
The book has won seven literary awards. For more information call (860) 848-9943 or visit debbielevison.com.
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