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Steven Martin Cohen’s most popular book is Becker's Ring. Becker's Ring by. Steven Martin Cohen. Seven Shades Of Black by.
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Weird, wild, and utterly original, Becker's Ring will have readers teetering on the uneasy edge between fear and antic fun.
Cohen's hardcover debut pits New York City's finest against a serial mutilator who dishes out a fate literally worse .
Cohen's hardcover debut pits New York City's finest against a serial mutilator who dishes out a fate literally worse than death. The first victim, paroled carjacker Freddy Lopez, is dumped on the Upper West Side minus hands and mouth (though whoever operated on him has thoughtfully furnished his cheek with a new blowhole, such as it is, for the purposes of breathing and eating). But it's not until the second casualty that &.
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Published by SIMON & SCHUSTER LTD, 1997. AbeBooks has millions of books. ISBN 10: 0684817586, ISBN 13: 9780684817583. View all copies of this book.
Clifford, Steven Martin Cohen here, author of Becker's Ring, a book. You had requested that someone contact you if there were any more titles by me. Well there are: Toy Inventor, and Katherine's Bosom
Clifford, Steven Martin Cohen here, author of Becker's Ring, a book. Well there are: Toy Inventor, and Katherine's Bosom. Toy Inventor has some of the same characters as in Becker's Ring, and Katherine's Bosom has all new characters and is literary fiction with thriller dimensions.
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Samuel C. Heilman and Steven M. Cohen, both distinguished scholars of Jewish studies, have joined forces in this pathbreaking book to articulate this vibrancy and to characterize the many faces of Orthodox Jewry in contemporary America. Who are these Orthodox Jews? How have they survived, what do they believe and practice and how do they accommodate the tension between traditional Jewish and modern American values? Drawing on a survey of more than one thousand participants, the authors address these questions and many more.