Tucson, AZ, June 23, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Nadia opens as Max Klein, brash loner and womanizer, abandons his academic career to confront his parents, a mother who abandoned him when he was a toddler and father who refused to acknowledge his existence. Derailed by a sexual misadventure with Iris Shelton, Max travels to California and meets Nadia Varlova. She is Russian, young, intelligent, sexy, and the former (or current?) lover of Benjamin Farber, Max’s father. The coincidence is puzzling yet irresistible. Max uses Nadia to get to his father, even as Nadia—in league with Farber and Iris—plans to seduce and humiliate Max.
Jack Lawrence Luzkow is a historian and professor at Fontbonne University in St. Louis. Prior publications include The Revenge of History: A Critique of Francis Fukuyama (Edwin Mellen Press) and What’s Left? Marxism, Utopianism, and the Revolt against History (University Press of America). He studied fiction with Nahid Rachlin at the University of Iowa, and Tim O’Brien.
($20, ISBN: 978-1-937536-30-5, LCCN: 2012941999, 270pp)
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