I have written five novels and a collection of short stories. I would like to introduce you to my works by the sample chapters. I write primarily, not completely, about the 1950′s.
THE MIDWEST BOOK REVIEW – October 2013:
Critique: Simply stated, Evelyn Marshall has a true novelist’s gift for storytelling. In “The Way They See” she has created characters that the reader quickly becomes attached to and a literary roller coaster of a ride that grasps the reader’s total attention. Thoroughly entertaining from beginning to end, “The Way They See” will have particular appeal for women readers and would make a decidedly popular addition to community library fiction collections. It should also be noted that “The Way They See” is available in a Kindle edition.
A young, sensitive, small-town couple in love in the 1950’s fall into a single misperception about each other that causes them to spiral off in opposite directions and into alternative lives. Each enters into a problematic marriage, justifies it, rationalizes it, and backs into it further and further, until they see no way out. Twenty-five years later, the couple meets again.
A young, beautiful Russian Jewish immigrant woman arrives in 1922 from Soviet Russia with high expectations to fulfill her American Dream. She falls in love with another immigrant who complicates her dream.
Georgia Stekker swindles fortune hunters.
When a book critic destroys his wife’s literary dreams, she seeks a literary revenge.
A 1950′s coming-of-age love story.A young man cannot become a concert pianist, so he sells out to his womanizing arts.
A young Jewish man wants to marry a Christian woman.