The Cambridge Critique reviews Pomeranski by Gerald Jacobs

‘This book is ambitious. It ranges from stories of domestic violence, marital jealousy and themes of familial vengeance – to an over-arching sense of world politics –  the execution of the Jewish American pacifists Ethel and Jule Rosenberg,. That it succeeds as an absorbing page-turner – is a tour de force that will keep it as a splendid celebration of the inventive and sometimes sublime lives of the Jews of London, their post war determination to live life to its limits in that forever vital urban village Brixton.’

The Cambridge Critique gives a glowing review of Pomeranski by Gerald Jacobs. You can read the review here and get your copy of the book here.