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Morris Rosenthal

Author of Date Night on Union Station

Includes the names: E. M. Foner, E. M. Foner, Morris Rosenthal

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Morris Rosenthal wrotes books on computer use as well as books on the Hebrew language.
He also writes science fiction as E. M. Foner.

Date Night on Union Station 116 copies, 6 reviews
Alien Night on Union Station 32 copies, 1 review
High Priest on Union Station 22 copies, 1 review
Spy Night on Union Station 19 copies, 1 review
Turing Test 15 copies
Wanderers On Union Station 13 copies, 1 review
Family Night on Union Station 7 copies, 2 reviews
Last Night on Union Station 6 copies, 2 reviews
Assisted Living 6 copies, 2 reviews
Magic Test 5 copies, 2 reviews
Soup Night on Union Station 5 copies, 2 reviews

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E. M. Foner lives in Northampton, MA with an imaginary German Shepherd who's been trained to bite bankes. The author welcomes reader comments at e_foner@yahoo.com. [from Date Night on Union Station (2014)]

"The original mission of this website was to post my translations of Sarah Menkin Foner, who was the first woman to publish a Hebrew novel, "The Love of the Righteous" - Vilna, 1880. Over the years, I've ended up adding many articles about economics and interest calculations, laptops, timber framing, travel to Jerusalem, photo illustrated guides to replacing PC parts (for example, replacing an ATX power supply), but my focus these days has shifted to writing fiction full time. While writing fiction is not a business model, at least I get to pretend I'm working while I'm reading" [from www.fonerbooks.com]
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Morris Rosenthal wrotes books on computer use as well as books on the Hebrew language.

He also writes science fiction as E. M. Foner.

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