Jonathan Stone, author of Moving Day, on tour May/June 2014

Posted By on March 19, 2014

Moving Day

About Moving Day

Paperback: 284 pages

Publisher: Thomas & Mercer (June 1, 2014)

Forty years’ accumulation of art, antiques, and family photographs are more than just objects for Stanley Peke—they are proof of a life fully lived. A life he could have easily lost long ago.

When a con man steals his houseful of possessions in a sophisticated moving-day scam, Peke wanders helplessly through his empty New England home, inevitably reminded of another helpless time: decades in Peke’s past, a cold and threadbare Stanislaw Shmuel Pecoskowitz eked out a desperate existence in the war-torn Polish countryside, subsisting on scraps, dodging Nazi soldiers. Now, the seventy-two-year-old Peke—who survived, came to America, and succeeded—must summon his original grit and determination, to track down the thieves, retrieve his things, and restore the life he made for himself.

Peke and his wife, Rose, trace the path of the thieves’ truck across America, to the wilds of Montana, and to an ultimate, chilling confrontation with not only the thieves, but with Peke’s brutal, unresolved past.

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 Jon headshot color1About Jonathan Stone

Jonathan Stone writes his books on the commuter train from his home in Connecticut to his advertising job in midtown Manhattan. Honing his writing skills by creating smart and classic campaigns for high-level brands such as Mercedes-Benz, Microsoft, and Mitsubishi has paid off, as Stone’s first mystery-thriller series, the Julian Palmer books, won critical acclaim and was hailed as “stunning” and “risk-taking” in Publishers Weekly starred reviews. He earned glowing praise for his novel The Cold Truth from the New York Times, which called it “bone-chilling.” He’s the recipient of a Claymore Award for Best Unpublished Crime Novel and a graduate of Yale, where he was a Scholar of the House in fiction writing.

Jonathan Stone’s TLC Book Tours TOUR STOPS:

Monday, May 19th:  FictionZeal

Tuesday, May 20th:  My Bookshelf

Thursday, May 22nd:  Back Porchervations

Wednesday, May 28th:  5 Minutes for Books

Thursday, May 29th:  Book Addict Katie

Monday, June 2nd:  From the TBR Pile

Wednesday, June 4th:  Mom in Love with Fiction

Thursday, June 5th:  The Reader’s Hollow

Friday, June 6th:  No More Grumpy Bookseller

Tuesday, June 10th:  Tiffany’s Bookshelf

Wednesday, June 11th:  Mockingbird Hill Cottage

Thursday, June 12th:  Daily Mayo

Tuesday, June 24th:  Svetlana’s Reads and Views

TBD:  Bookish Ardour

TBD:  Literally Jen

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