Fred Silverstein Message Board
posts on 6/11/2006 9:36:07 PM
It is great to hear from you. The girls and I are finishing the school year and will come into town.
posts on 6/8/2006 8:42:31 PM
Hi, Jo! The new book is finished and ready for reading. This site has the title wrong - should be DOUBLE CROSS -published by PublishAmerica and just out last week. Your book is here, so come in and get it signed! Love, Fred
posts on 4/11/2006 12:40:24 AM
Hey Fred, Please autograph and I will come to NY to see you and Olga and pick it up.
Jo Kleinmann Wood
posts on 4/10/2006 7:43:17 PM
Fred Silverstein has written another thriller which should be on the market in another month or so. Title is DOUBLE CROSS and the publisher is PublishAmerica.
Fred Silverstein posts on 2/26/2005 7:52:02 PM
Tony, old friend. You have really created a problem by not listing your email address, telephone # or some way besides ESP to make contact.
Since I don't believe in resurrection either, and the only other Weinlein who almost matched my memory of you died in 1979, it's up to you. So call me, old buddy.
Fred Silverstein posts on 2/17/2005 4:13:12 PM
A new book, THE FALLEN ICON, a mystery thriller of 85000 words was just finished and a search for an agent, publisher or both has been undertaken.
The story was generated by the author'a observation of a body falling past him from the 23rd floor of an adjoining building. It is an "intriguingly twisted tale" as one critic put it - of an identical twin assuming the identity of his dead brother, a priest accused of sexual abuse. The plot promises a collision involving the interests of the Church, the Mafia, the police, the Mayor of New York.
Jo Kleinmann Wood posts on 1/19/2005 5:54:27 PM
Great book!!!! I loved it!!! I just finished it. Well worth reading. Write another and please let me know when it is done. This one would make an interesting movie, don't you think? I would love to get intouch you both of you. We will be coming into the city next month.
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