Review of The Tale-Teller from the Canadian Jewish News

“In her fictional work The Tale-Teller (Cormorant Books), Glickman highlights Esther’s crafty ability to tell fascinating and beguiling stories about herself and her adventures that keep her listeners spellbound. Many of the details she gleans from books (such as Robinson Crusoe) in the library of her host, Intendant Hocquart, in whose home she becomes a… Continue reading Review of The Tale-Teller from the Canadian Jewish News

First Review of The Tale-Teller: from The National Post, Oct 19, 2012

Aaron Hart has long been recognized as pre-Confederation Canada’s first Jewish immigrant. A commisary officer with the British troops at the time of Jeffrey Amherst’s 1760 capture of Montreal, Hart settles in Trois- Rivières, where he played a prominent role developing the town into a leading trade centre. To avoid intermarriage he returned to England… Continue reading First Review of The Tale-Teller: from The National Post, Oct 19, 2012