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Honor: A Black Bear, Pennsylvania Story Paperback – March 10, 2012
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Much of Grotta's non-fiction is co-authored with his wife Sally Wiener Grotta. Though their fiction is authored separately, they have created the village of Black Bear, Pennsylvania as a literary folie à deux. Both Daniel and Sally are dipping into the same pool of invented locale and characters to write a series of separate stories and novels that will, eventually, paint a full picture of the diversity of life and relationships in a small mountain village.
Daniel Grotta may be reached via the email link at www.Grotta.net, or at www.Facebook.com/DanielGrotta and www.Facebook.com/PixelHallPress.
Top Customer Reviews
The main character, Jeff Smith, is a quiet man who loves his family, his friends and his community; but who hasn't quite learned how to love himself. His daughter and father-in-law show him the way. I don't know if Mr. Grotta did this on purpose, but his Mr. Smith has much in common with another fictional Smith -- Jefferson Smith of "Mr. Smith Goes to Washington" fame.
Honor: A Black Bear, Pennsylvania Story
Like all such stories when well done, this one is deeply satisfying. It's also moving and charming. I quite enjoyed it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Honor (Black Bear, Pennsylvania), a novella by Daniel Grotta, is the story of Jeff Smith. He is a widower who lives a quiet life with his two children. Read morePublished on December 21, 2013 by Evie
"Honor" is not the genre of book that I usually select; I'm into mysteries, thrillers, and spy novels. The interesting and unusual story provided a fascinating read. Read morePublished on August 3, 2013 by DownsizedRetiredSenior
There's nothing better than being stuck in bed and reading a great story. Within a couple of sentences I wanted to punch the bad guy and make sure the good guy would win ... Read morePublished on May 20, 2012 by C. O. Moed