86 year old Sammy Levine desperately unhappy with his life in the Star of David nursing home, dreams of taking one last road trip with his wife Esther (who presently resides in an urn in his small room). After hatching and carrying out a carefully choreographed plan of escape, he loads Esther into a backpack and sets out for his hometown of New Orleans.
Sammy's odyssey includes the bucket list of all bucket lists, encompassing long buried secrets, unfinished business, a cast of feisty characters, laughter, suspense and a raucous ride through the haunts of his past. The twists and turns of this unique, coming of age story will fascinate any and all who join Sammy on his once in a lifetime quest to fulfill his destiny before it's too late.
Author: Joel Momberg
Publisher: Joel Momberg
Binding Type: Hardcover
Size: 9.02h x 5.98w x 0.50d
About the Author
Momberg, Joel: - "When Joel Momberg isn't pounding out a mean New Orleans flavored boogie-woogie on the nearest piano, he's setting the tone as Chief Executive Officer for the University of South Florida Foundation. But Momberg's hands have done far more than shape the historic direction of the recently completed billion-dollar USF Unstoppable Campaign, or raising money and the profile of All Children's Hospital into a community treasure during his 30 years in executive leadership positions - helping create iconic events such as the Children's Miracle Network Telethon, the Taste of Pinellas and Regional Emmy-winning children's music. They have been busy working the keyboard of his trusty laptop to produce his second novel, Sammy: A Novel, a lively and unique mystery set in his native New Orleans. It follows his 2013 debut novel Home Movies, a whodunit that unfolds on the familiar territory of St. Pete Beach. Momberg resides in St. Petersburg with wife Debbie, and has three children - Nicole, Alissa, and Josh - and three grandchildren (two more are on the way!). Both books draw from Momberg's rich life experience with engaging plot lines and characters from his fertile imagination."