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QUIET AMERICANS Is A Top Ten Book for 2011

November 25, 2011

Well, we knew it all along. But we’ll admit that we’re gratified to see it acknowledged elsewhere.

In honor of Small Business Saturday (November 26), Shelf Unbound is showing some extra love to small presses. And it is showering particular affections on its list of “Top Small Press Books of 2011.”

Including our own Quiet Americans: “The stories in Quiet Americans look at the impact of the Holocaust on generation after generation, starting in prewar Berlin and moving through time and family up to the present day. In such stories as ‘For Services Rendered,’ about a high-ranking Nazi’s wife and a Jewish doctor before the war and the moral implications of the actions they take to survive, Dreifus writes with incredible emotional nuance and empathy.”

We agree. And, like Erika, we’re honored to see Quiet Americans and LLS included alongside books from other small/independent/university presses that we admire. Thank you, Shelf Unbound.

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