"I found the book interesting...I would recommend it." Kathe S. Pinchuck, Assn.
of Jewish Libraries Newsletter.
"Very interesting...compelling...well done. Important to me because it deals with
the process of Teshuvah (atonement) in Judaism. Really excellent." Rabbi Herbert Bronstein,
RabbiEmeritus/Senior Scholar, North Shore Congregation Israel, Glencoe, Il, Editor of A Passover Haggadah, Central Conference of American Rabbis
"In this modern story of greed, we are reminded of the redemption that atonement can
bring...I highly recommend Legend of the Feather Pillow." Sol Wachtler, Chief Judge (Ret.)
State of New York Court of Appeals. Author of After the Madness and Blood Brothers.
"A timely "behind the scenes" look into the often veiled inner workings of medical
enterprises. Relevant and eye-opening given recent investigations into Medicare and tax fraud." Sharon
Argov, MLS, Director of Information Resources, American Inter Continental University
"The writing is brisk...the dialogue moves the plot with alacrity. A page turner that
leaves the reader anxiously awaiting the denouement. ...a thoroughly engrossing novel." Raymond A. Moore, Distinguished
Professor Emeritus, Department of Political Science, University of South Carolina
"Underlying this contemporary story is the Feather Pillow truism which may come from
Jewish lore but speaks to an universal truth." Marian Coe, author of Eves Mountain, Key
to a Cottage, and Once Upon a Different Time.
"Funny...thought provoking...a page turner. Felman's dialog rings true, incisive."
Bill Kaiser, High Country Writers
Think a Jewish Patch Adams . . . on a crusade for medical
ethics, and you've got this feather pillow book down pat. . . .it's worth taking time to survey a well-written story about
a Jewish doctor's attempt to fix (the health care system.)–
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