by Jerome Mark Antil
THE MYSTERIES OF POMPEY HOLLOW
A novel that does for Postwar 1940s what Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn did for an earlier time.
Witness small time life in the years following World War II before cell phones and the internet. Go back to a time when some people looked out for one another. It's a joyous hayride, sometimes scary, sometimes sad, sometimes hilarious.
It will cause you a lot of smiles and a few tears along the way. The story and characters will resonate, both emotionally and intellectually through the eyes of a young boy named Jerry and is closely based on experiences of the author. Jerry and his friends confront and resolve a fascinating series of mysteries that will live in your memory, long after the pages are closed.
The Mysteries of Pompey Hollow will make you feel better about yourself.
Antil was named WRITER OF THE YEAR - the original edition - BOOK OF THE YEAR.
It has already been hailed as a classic.