Praise for Shadow Man:
"Effortless elegance powers Jeffrey Fleishman's prose, lending it a dreamy grace. He brings you along into this other world, in which mystery and the mind are the same, and at times you feel as though your guide is Marguerite Duras or perhaps Michael Ondaatje." - Steve Lopez, author of "The Soloist
"Shadow Man" is the unforgettable story of an extraordinary man with almost no memory. Jeffrey Fleishman, a prize winning journalist in his day job, tells the haunting tale of a famous foreign correspondent who has covered wars and revolutions, sailed boats up the Nile and made love in the desert night, but has become a cipher to the two women who love him most. His once boundless world exists now only in fleeting visits to a long-ago summer that ended the life he knew. As finely crafted and skillfully woven as a Flemish tapestry, "Shadow Man "is a treasure to be savored and shared. - Bob Drogin, author of "Curveball: Spies, Lies, and the Con Man who Caused a War"
Praise for "Promised Virgins"
"Fleishman . . . writes in a telegraphic, staccato style, reminiscent of Hemingway and well suited to the stark realities he depicts. . . . A harsh impressive work." ("Kirkus Review" )
"Syriana-esque...The specter of 9/11 hangs over Fleishman's account of war, which is often filled with rich and provocative insights." ("Publishers Weekly" )
"It reads like the truth because Jeffrey Fleishman is the real deal. He's a . . . major talent." (David Zucchino, Pulitzer Prize-winning author of "Thunder Run ")show more