James J. Kaufman is the author of the award-winning novel The Collectibles and now its sequel, The Concealers. Thus far, his first two books in his acclaimed Collectibles Trilogy have drawn heavily from his experiences in law, his dealings in the business world, and his interactions with people from widely different backgrounds. Kaufman is an attorney, former judge, and business man--CEO of The Kaufman Group, Ltd. and Chairman of the Board of Imaging the World, a not-for-profit health care company delivering ultrasound services to Uganda and other under-served populations in an effort to save lives that might otherwise be lost. He is also a proud member of the esteemed Players, Gramercy Park, New York City.
The Collectibles is an exceptionally easy read - one of those "don't-wanna-put-it-down" novels that keep you captivated from the very beginning. It's clear that Mr. Read morePublished 1 month ago by fitfan21
Great read start to finish. The characters are alive. The story gives hope to everyone reading this book. You will not want to put it down.Published 2 months ago by Catherine H. Perrou
Many stories some great characters couldn't put this book down!! Can't wait to read the next book of the trilogy.Published 2 months ago by warren crawshaw
Sure was a great read page turner read in one sitting loved JOE HART and all the collectibles. Mr Kaufman great work can't wait for book two tomorrow is another day Thank youPublished 3 months ago by BARBARA KUKAS
For a first novel, it is excellent. I thought when I started it it was dull...but I have to review it for my book club,and it was unbelievable...especially the ending..Published 3 months ago by Kindle Customer
A good lesson life for all of us. A must read for that alone, especially today when all too many of us just want and want it now not caring who website to get it. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Jan
Really enjoyed the story. Thanks for the characters (especially) and the interesting plot. I think it does help to be familiar with how a legal office works. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Denise Kuitunen