Novelist, Film Director/Producer & Physicist
is an award-winning novelist, film director, and a long-time member of the Physics faculty at Cornell University.
A page-turner that has received world-wide critical praise, “Baby” is the tale of aging Doris Rumsey, a hunched librarian who works in a middle school. Her health rapidly deteriorating, Doris is convinced she is dying, though it turns out this elderly woman is actually pregnant.
“The Boys of Truxton” recounts the collision of three individuals: Derek, a kid serving a life sentence for a brutal murder of a child; the Syracuse cop known as “Shrek,” who got him convicted; and Sheila, a young woman who comes to work in the Derek’s prison and becomes convinced of his innocence. Nothing is as it first appears in this layered and taut thriller.
In the dark tradition of Stephen King comes… “Neighbors” Most everybody is at war with a neighbor. Laszlo just happens to be at war with his whole neighborhood. Or is it that the neighborhood is at war with him? When ballet teacher Laszlo Tamas falls in love with a house and impulsively buys it, he takes on major defects —mechanical and human. We can only watch in horror as Laszlo spirals downward into mayhem and madness.