Books by Martin Litvin

Now available in paperback from: Zephyr Publishing, P. O. Box 1, Galesburg, IL 61402

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The Audacious Pilgrim

The unexpurgitated biography of Meyer Levin

Scenes From A Forgotten Life

Immigrant Jewish life in the American midwest

The Inept Apprentice

A humorous and poignant autobiographical tale

Bread and Salt

Novel of the Civil War

Mary Allen West: A Lady of Grit, Grace and Gumption

Biography of the temperance fighter and educator

Chase the Prairie Wind

Biography of farm machinery magnate Robert Avery

The Young Mary 1817-1861

Early years of Mary Ann Ball "Mother" Bickerdyke

Good Morning Miss Freeman

Memoir of life and high school in Galesburg, Illinois

I'm Going To Be Somebody

Biography of George Fitch

The Impresario

Novel of murder and redemption in a prairie town

Black Earth and Other Stories

Collection of short stories

A Daring Young Man

Biography of Ben Nicholas, proponent of "right to die with dignity" laws

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About the Author

Martin Litvin was born in Galesburg, Illinois on March 31, 1928. He graduated from Galesburg High School with the Class of 1945 and from the University of Southern California with the Class of 1949. After serving with the United States Army in Great Britain, he attended the University of Iowa Law School for one year and then settled in New York City where he passed nearly twenty years.

In New York, he was employed and wrote steadily, acting as a correspondent for The Galesburg Post and the Knoxville Journal, two weeklies back home. He has had several novels, biographies and other works of nonfiction published. He passed away in early 2000.

Last updated: November 22, 2004

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