The Sound of Bow Bells Author:Jerome Weldman At thirty-six, Sam Silver was one of the most successful and highest-paid magazine writers in the country. He had come a long way from his East Side beginnings and inevitably a long way from the influence of of his strong and extraordinary mother. Sam wrote his first short story when he was eightee and the world of letters opened before his na... more »ive eyes: agents, publishers and the skulduggery that goes on in literary circles.
When he was twenty, he married a girl for whom he had such a consuming passion the he did not recognize the force for destruction that was in her. When he lost her, he found himself unable to become deeply involved with any other woman.
Using the flashback technique with extraordinary skill, and with the clarity and power of his incisive prose, the author brings us here a whole man and the world in which he lives. We watch Sam Silver find the way, to his true ambition and to free himself from the overpowering domination of an evil woman.« less