It’s nearly Passover. Two families are driving to Florida laden with frozen brisket and enough matzoh to feed the entire Pan- handle. But angst slips onto Pauline Berkovitz’s lap in the form of a package: a mysterious box of matzoh with a name but no address. To find the rightful owner, Pauline must hone her inner trust and veer off course, yet deliver her motley convoy to their destination in time for the seder. Ever had Passover in an RV? Hop aboard and celebrate with a twist. Let My RV Go is an honest, humorous and refreshing account of one woman’s search for meaning—even if it requires turning her life upside down and tearing out the kitchen sink.
“An engaging story of a family growing together as they grow Jewishly. Anyone on a journey, especially if you have a sense of humor, will recognize a piece of themselves—I certainly did.”
Lori Palatnik, author and Founding Director of
The Jewish Women’s Renaissance Project
“How exciting to note the arrival of gifted and sensitive new writer Nicole Nathan on the shores of Jewish literature. Well-written fiction such as this is just what the doctor ordered for the vitality and growth of our society’s literature.”
Sarah Shapiro, author most recently of
“Wish I Were Here” and “A Gift Passed Along.”
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