Erased and Other Stories is a collection of superb stories that show the skill and versatility of Thomas Kaufman, author of Drink the Tea.
Kaufman’s unusual private eye Willis Gidney is on hand for two stories, as well as a devious ADD coach for adults, a Polish Jew attempting to smuggle a priceless violin out of Nazi Germany, a political operative with his own agenda, a sensible man pushed into a senseless crime, and a cameraman who’s trying not to kill his client — all caught up in more devious plots than you can shake a lead pipe at.
Some of these stories may keep you up at night, while others may make you laugh. Erased and Other Stories is great read from Private Eye Writers of America’s Best First Novel Competition winner, Thomas Kaufman.
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Meet the author
With Drink the Tea, Thomas Kaufman won the Private Eye Writers of America Competition for Best First Novel. The sequel, Steal the Show, came out the year after. Both novels feature private investigator Willis Gidney, who also appears in two stories in this collection. When Thomas isn’t writing mysteries, he’s an Emmy award-winning cinematographer/director, with clients like the BBC, National Geographic, and Discovery Channel. His current project is an independent documentary, Indian Hill Summer. Thomas has twice won the Gordon Parks Award for Cinematography, and an Emmy for the 1994 documentary about deaf children, See What I’m Saying.
Check out his website at: www.thomaskaufman.com.
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