36.0 by Martin Berman-Gorvine

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The world depends on 36 anonymous righteous people, according to an ancient Jewish legend. But what if they were being murdered one by one? Could a detective and a computer programmer save them?
 

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Martin Berman-Gorvine grew up in the Philadelphia area and lMartin Berman-Gorvine grew up in the Philadelphia area and lived in Israel for six years. Writing as Martin Gidron, he iived in Israel for six years. Writing as Martin Gidron, he is the author of The Severed Wing (Livingston Press, 2002), ws the author of The Severed Wing (Livingston Press, 2002), which received the 2002 Sidewise Award for Alternate History hich received the 2002 Sidewise Award for Alternate History (Long Form). He is a professional business journalist, is ma(Long Form). He is a professional business journalist, is married to Jacqueline Berman-Gorvine, an attorney with the Secrried to Jacqueline Berman-Gorvine, an attorney with the Securities and Exchange Commission, and has two sons from a preurities and Exchange Commission, and has two sons from a previous marriage. He lives in the Washington, D.C. area, wherevious marriage. He lives in the Washington, D.C. area, where he is hard at work on his next novel, a ghost story set in he is hard at work on his next novel, a ghost story set in the vanished village of Green Run, Assateague Island, Marylathe vanished village of Green Run, Assateague Island, Maryland. nd.
 
Published April 17, 2012 by Livingston Press (AL). 259 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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