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ative nonfiction at Richard Stockton
College of New Jersey and at the
Vermont College Postgraduate Writers
Conference.

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musician (Kinky Friedman and the Texas
Jewboys), is the author of 16 mysteries and
lives on a ranch in the Texas hill country.

A tale of suspense, revenge and betray-
al filled with high-tension twists,
James Siegel's Derailed (Warner
Books; 336 pp.; $23.95) tells the story
of ad executive Charles Schine, who
betrays his loving wife (and ill daugh-
ter) by having an affair with a stranger
on a train; the author focuses on the
pressures that force a basically decent
man into desperate maneuvering.
Siegel is an award-winning executive
creative director at BBDO, the new
York City advertising agency.

In Jay Cantor's Great Neck (Knopf;
703 pp; $27.95), a collection of baby
boomers from Long Island relives the
loves and anxieties of their teen years
and the social turmoil of the '60s -in
the thinly disguised cartoons of one of
its members.
Cantor, a MacArthur Prize Fellow, is
the author of two previous novels, The
Death of Che Guevara and Krazy Kat,
as well as two books of essays.

NONFICTION

In a series of humor-filled essays,
Mimi Schwartz's Thoughts From a
Queen-Sized Bed (University of
Nebraska Press; $14.95; 157 pp.;
paperback) offers a lively personal
account of what it means to be mar-
ried for almost 40 years.
Schwartz teaches memoir and cre-

Genuine Authentic: The Real Life. of
Ralph Lauren (HarperCollins; 369
pp.; $25.95), by Michael Gross, zeroes
in on America's most successful fash-
ion icon, who was born Ralph Lifshitz
and brought up in the Jewish enclave
of the Bronx in the 1940s and '50s.
Gross, author of Model: The Ugly
Business of Beautiful Women and a
journalist who has written for many
publications, uncovers the secrets of
Lauren's success and the darker side
behind his well-crafted image.

Food writer Calvin Trillin shares a
travel log of funny culinary adventures
as he sets out to discover local special-
ties that leave him salivating for a
return trip in Feeding a Yen (Random
House; 197 pp.; $22.95).
A frequent writer for the New Yorker
and author of numerous books, Trillin,
in one chapter, tries to lure his daugh-
ters from California back home to
Manhattan using a New York bagel.

Natasha Fraser-Cavassoni's Sam

Spiegel: The Incredible Life and Times
of Hollywood's Most Iconoclastic
Producer, the Miracle Worker Who
Went From Penniless Refugee to Show
Business Legend, and Made Possible
"The African Queen," "On the
Watelfront," "The Bridge on the River
Kwai," and "Lawrence of Arabia"
(Simon & Schuster; 367 pp.; $30) is
the first major biography of the com-
plicated and sometimes contradictory
man who went from penniless Jewish
refugee to Tinseltown bigwig, who
didn't arrange a bar mitzvah for his
own son but left most of his fortune
to Israel.
The author, currently the European
editor for Harper's Bazaar, is the
daughter of famous biographer Lady
Antonia Fraser.

SHORT STORIES

In The Dialogues of Time and Entropy
(Putnam; 226 pp.; $24.95), Windsor
native Aryeh Lev Stollman once again
interweaves science and faith, this time
in a collection of 10 short stories,
many set in Canada, New York (his
current home) or Israel.
Stollman, the author of the novels The
Far Euphrates and The Illuminated Soul
who also practices medicine as a neuro-
radiologist, confronts his Jewish charac-
ters with urgent moral dilemmas. EI

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