Founder Rosenthal’s debut book earns Publishers Weekly review

Publishers Weekly has issued a positive review of Founder Sandy Rosenthal’s new book Words Whispered in Water: Why the Levees Broke in Hurricane Katrina (Mango, August 2020).

According to BookLife, a Publishers Weekly review is the most highly regarded review in the publishing industry.

Here is a snip from the review.

“Political activist Rosenthal delivers a blow-by-blow account of her fight to hold the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers accountable for the flooding of New Orleans… [This book] chronicles her growing suspicions that the media and the U.S. Army were misrepresenting the causes of the flooding…[and] reveals what it takes to hold the powerful to account.”

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