Sadie in Love: Rochelle Distelheim

Is it possible that a reader can love every word of a novel? In this case, a resounding yes! I was entranced by this story, its eye and ear, its food, its characters, its wit, and the nostalgic Hester Street thrill of being transported to the Lower East Side of the early 1900's. Brava, Rochelle Distelheim. --Elinor Lipman, author of The Inn at Lake Devine and On Turpentine Lane

Looking for love? Who isn't? Good. You will fall for Sadie Schuster. Hard. And you won t need to spend fifty cents for one of her handcrafted love knots either. You just need to curl up with this delightful story about a woman for whom love is a business, until she discovers she needs some passion in her own life. Who doesn't? For that matter, who doesn't need a little magic now and then? Well, lucky you, because Rochelle Distelheim's luminous first novel contains magic, passion and pure joy. So read it. Live a little. --Sharon Fiffer, author of Lucky Stuff and Home: American Writers Remember Rooms of Their Own


Event date: 

Sunday, August 12, 2018 - 2:00pm

Event address: 

The Book Stall
811 Elm Street