Laszlo's Fire explores the lives of five severely damaged people, each haunted by unrelenting ghosts. It is a tale of love, loss and blind vengeance born in the fires of the 1956 Hungarian Revolution. The characters' lives intersect explosively three decades later in America's Heartland. This is a story of love, compassion and forgiveness, contrasting both sides of the human character.
What the Critics Say
“Your writing (of Laszlo) is alive with scents, sights and sounds that will bring readers deep into scenes. Also, your storytelling skills are considerable.”
—Jim Fusilli, Author & former editor for Boston Globe
“In Laszlo’s Fire, Herman proves himself to be a wonderful storyteller. His characters reach off the page and draw you into their lives. This is a novel well worth your time and emotions.”
—Barbara Morris, Editor, Put Old On Hold