The Pompey Hollow Book Club by Jerome Mark Antil

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After D-Day a city boy moves to delphi Falls, NY and invades the country!

“Mark Twain meets the Greatest Generation!The Pompey Hollow Book Club is the best kind of novel: charming, but with teeth. The narration exudes an experienced innocence with characters at once empathic and courageous. One might be tempted to call its setting a bygone era had this era not fashioned our world... this work moved me deeply.”
--Stuart Horwitz, Book Architecture

"It's a wonderful read. It reads like a living NORMAN ROCKWELL painting."
--Ron Masak, Actor (Murder She Wrote)

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Published December 7, 2011 by Little York Books. 302 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Young Jerry Antil has always been a city boy, so when he and his family—including his mother, his baker father Big Mike and his brothers Mike and Dick—move from the town of Cortland, N.Y., to the country in 1948, he knew he’d have to make some adjustments.

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