Lost and FoundLarge Print - 1980
A Holocaust survivor chooses between life in a small Western Pennsylvania town and reparations in Israel. Gentle, funny, poignant, and magical, the book celebrates the small miracles of ordinary life. A rabbi discovers he can heal. Sterile people give birth. A mysterious book store burns. A cook book divides the sisterhood. The Los Angeles Times Book Review gave it a Critics Commendation and said, "Greene is a born storyteller."
Publisher: Thorndike : Thorndike Press., 1980, c1978.
Characteristics: 379 pages (large print)
From the critics