Buy a copy of NEWARK MINUTEMEN with a signed bookplate. This book is being sold in conjunction with the Holocaust Museum's online booktalk, held March 4. Their info here.
*Books will ship closer to the event date.
ABOUT THE BOOK
#1 bestseller and soon to be motion picture, "Newark Minutemen" has bridged generations. The epic story of forbidden love and unholy heroism is set against the backdrop of an America ripped apart by the Great Depression and on the brink of war.
Based on a true 1930's legend, Newark Minutemen is an untold story about a Jewish boxer who goes undercover for the mob and FBI to save America from Nazis. Along the way he becomes entangled in an unlikely love affair with the enemy.
In between the World Wars, during the Great Depression, American democracy is threatened by a shadow Hitler-Nazi party in America, complete with a self-proclaimed American Hitler and a 1939 Nuremberg-like rally in New York's Madison Square Garden.
Newark Minutemen is inspired by a true American legend, a Jewish boxer trained by the mafia and the FBI fights the rising American Nazi party. During his undercover mission to rid the country of the American F hrer, he falls in love with the enemy's daughter.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
LESLIE K. BARRY is most recently a screenwriter, author and executive producer. Her previous professional work includes executive positions with major entertainment companies including Turner Broadcasting, Hasbro/Parker Brothers, Mattel, Mindscape Video Games. Other areas of business include executive for the first e-shopping platform called eShop and marketing for Lotus Development and AOL. She was an Alpha Sigma Tau at JMU in the heart of the Shenandoah Valley and attended a grad program at Harvard. She has spent the last twenty-five years with her husband in Tiburon, CA raising their four kids and dog. On the side, she's devoted to genealogy where she has uncovered many ideas for her developing stories and created family storybooks. For fun, she skis in Sun Valley, Idaho, plays tennis and visits her family in Maryland where they often enjoy Maryland hard crabs.
SHIPPING & CURBSIDE PICKUP
Shipping costs $6.00 and will be shipped Media Mail with tracking and insurance. We're also offering FREE curbside pickup at Chevalier's Books, 7 days a week 10am - 6pm. If you choose store pickup, we will email you when the order is ready.