The War of the Rosens by Janice Eidus
By Janice Eidus
The conflict of the Rosens, set in 1965, is set an eccentric Jewish relations within the Bronx during which the sibling competition among younger sisters—one of whom is heavily ill—reaches a risk element, forcing every one loved one to stand the restrictions and complexities of affection and religion.
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