"Throughout there is the larger immigrant experience—the flight from Europe, the tenement lives, the move into better neighborhoods and suburbia—told with narrative flair certain to win many readers."—Publishers Weekly
In the last of Stephen Birmingham’s historical trilogy, he spotlights the successes of Eastern European Jews, from Samuel Goldwyn to Helena Rubinstein and Irving Berlin, and what each individual brought to that changing early-century American landscape.
Stephen Birmingham has written more than twenty-five works of fiction and nonfiction including best-selling books such as Our Crowd, The Aurbach Will, and The Rothman Scandal. He lives in Cincinnati, Ohio.