The Miami Herald: What do you recommend?
“No surprise — my top book recommendation is drawn from my favorite genre, historical fiction. Prepare for a thrill of a ride on the ‘Hindenburg, in Flight of Dreams.’ Author John Lee offers his re-imagination of the personal stories of love and intrigue aboard the doomed airship. Or check out Melanie Benjamin’s ‘The Swans of Fifth Avenue’ and enter the glamorous, scandalous 1960s world of Truman Capote and the famous Ladies Who Lunch. For a quirky but heartwarming story, meet the title character curmudgeon in Fredrik Backman’s ‘A Man Called Ove.’ I always have an audible book for the car — and that one was a real treat!’
Deby Eisenberg, author of Pictures of the Past and Protecting Paige. She appears at noon Wednesday on the Local Author Luncheon panel at the Miami Beach Jewish Community Center and at 10 a.m. Oct. 23 at Temple Beth Am in Pinecrest.
Press Coverage for Protecting Paige
Shout Out: Deby Eisenberg, an author from Riverwoods
3 days ago – Local author Deby Eisenberg talks about her second novel Protecting Paige and the research involved in creating it.
21 hours ago – Protecting Paige, by Deby Eisenberg. Retracing events from the 1915 Eastland disaster on the Chicago River to the Holocaust and beyond
Deby Eisenberg on Protecting Paige 07/18/16 9:15AM. Chicagoland area author Deby Eisenbergtalks on her new novel Protecting Paige.
Apr 26, 2016 – Not for Deby Eisenberg. … To research Protecting Paige , Eisenberg read books about the Eastland disaster and those who built Lake Geneva.
Jul 23, 2016 – Protecting Paige By Deby Eisenberg Reviewed by Judy Levin Eisenberg once again delivers a story that imparts some history lessons through …
If You Liked “All the Light We Can Not See”, You’ll LOVE… – IndieReader
Protecting Page by Deby Eisenberg.