Alexandria, VA (Vocus) September 10, 2010
Martin Ratick effectively explores the intricacies of human relationships and the complications of the human condition in Four Faces of Jezebel, a fast-paced short story that details the particulars of the private and complicated lives of four young couples.
Four Faces of Jezebel is a short narrative that explores the world of young couples in love, touching on their passions, friendships, and betrayal. The book explores many complex situations such as a man cheating on his wife, a woman betraying a friend, a wife dealing with her husband’s terminal disease, and a woman coping with her husband’s sudden death.
A book centered on relationships, Four Faces of Jezebel does not seek to preach about establishing or creating an environment fit for an ideal relationship, neither does it give any advice on how to cultivate lasting and rewarding connections with others. The book simply shows just what people may experience in their many interpersonal relationships – relationships between friends, lovers, husbands and wives, siblings, and acquaintances.
Direct to the point and very clear in its message, Four Faces of Jezebel provides an open approach into the examination of the many connections that make up man’s personal dealings with the other people around him.
Four Faces of Jezebel will be featured at this year’s Frankfurt International Book Fair in Frankfurt, Germany on October 6 to 10, 2010. For more information, log on to Xlibris.com.
About the Author
Martin Ratick was born in Massachusetts and moved to New York City at an early age. He attended school and college in New York City. He is a mechanical engineer and a licensed Professional Engineer (P.E.) in two states. He worked for the General Electric Company, the Apollo space program, for the U.S. Army and the U.S. Navy. During World War II he was in the 77th Infantry Division in the South Pacific. Mr. Ratick lives in Alexandria, Virginia.
Four Faces Of Jezebel * by Martin Ratick
Publication Date: June 8, 2010
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