Shalom, JewishBoston readers!

Back in 2011, my short story collection, “Ziprin’s Ghost,” was kindly reviewed by Dan Brosgol. I’m delighted to say that this collection of Jewish-American stories is now available as a paperback or Kindle book on Amazon. A brief description follows. I hope you will take a look!

“Ziprin’s Ghost” by Ronald W. Pies


A rabbi is accused of a sexual assault. A psychiatrist runs into a beautiful former patient and finds himself sorely tempted. A young man struggles to care for his mentally ill uncle. A Jewish boy copes with Christmas, against the wishes of his family. A widowed writer confronts the ghost of a mystic. Frank Sinatra proves to be the “savior of the Jews.” In this collection of short stories, Dr. Ronald Pies probes the Jewish-American experience for all its angst, joy and bittersweet humor.

Buy the book here.

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