Shadow Mountain

Shadow Mountain By Harriet Segal, Shadow Mountain Spanning the years of the Great Depression and World War II this saga of a Jewish family in the American South unfolds in particular the tenderness and the rivalry of two beautiful women bound to ea
  • Title: Shadow Mountain
  • Author: Harriet Segal
  • ISBN: 9780749900304
  • Page: 375
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Shadow Mountain By Harriet Segal, Spanning the years of the Great Depression and World War II, this saga of a Jewish family in the American South unfolds in particular the tenderness and the rivalry of two beautiful women, bound to each other by ties of blood, jealousy and love for the same man.
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    1. Harriet Segal

      2012 HARRIET SEGAL is the author of five novels Susquehanna, Catch the Wind, Shadow Mountain, The Skylark s Song, and her most recent book, The Expatriate, released in 2011 as an eBook Her books have been published in a number of foreign languages and have been selections of major book clubs, including the Book of the Month Club They have been chosen by the Westchester Library Association for inclusion on the Washington Irving Book List The Skylark s Song, was the Novel of the Month in Good Housekeeping Magazine Born in Wilkes Barre, PA, the main setting of Susquehanna, she is the daughter of the late Albert R Feinberg M.D and Madeline S Feinberg Segal received her early education in Wilkes Barre city schools and graduated from Wyoming Seminary in Kingston After receiving a B.A degree from Wellesley College, she had a career in advertising and publishing as a copywriter, journalist, and editor Ms Segal was married for forty eight years to the late Dr Sheldon J Segal, a distinguished scientist in the field of population and human reproduction, who was a laureate of the United Nations Population Award During the 1960s, she lived in India where she was a writer for the U S Information Agency This experience and her travels throughout the developing world have influenced her writing and linger as vivid impressions in her novels In 2001, 2002, and 2003, Segal was an Ella Holbrook Walker Distinguished Fellow at the Rockefeller Foundation Study Center in Bellagio, Italy The author was chosen as a Millenium Author by the Westchester Library association She was honored by the City of Wilkes Barre, PA with a Distinguished Service Award and received a Distinguished Alumna Award from Wyoming Seminary, Kingston, PA She is the recipient of two citations from the Brandeis Women s Committee Harriet Segal is a member of PEN and The Authors Guild She was formerly active in school and community programs in Westchester County NY , has served as an officer and trustee of the Children s School of Science, Woods Hole, Massachusetts, and as a member of the Executive Board of the Associates of the Marine Biological Laboratory in Woods Hole The author has three daughters and seven grandchildren She has recently moved from Manhattan to the Boston suburbs and spends her summers on Cape Cod She is at work on a novel about the world of medical research.

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