The Collectibles

The Collectibles by James J. Kaufman is 99 cents today in the Amazon Kindle store, and has received an average user rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars based on 98 customer reviews.  You can pick up your copy by clicking here or typing in http://amzn.to/v4axmT into your computer’s web browser.

Category: Contemporary Fiction

Here is the book’s description from the Amazon website:

In his award winning debut novel, James J. Kaufman delivers a gripping and unforgettable story of two strong men from separate worlds – one touched by tragedy, the other by greed – brought together with unexpected results. In chronicling how their lives and those they touch are dramatically changed by their encounter, Kaufman reveals the power of relationships, the nature of love, and ultimately the meaning of life. The Collectibles has won the 2011 Nautilus Silver Award for Best First Book (Fiction) and was given the 2011 Nautilus Small Press Honor. It has also won the Silver Bill Fisher Award for Best First Book in the 2011 Benjamin Franklin Awards competition.

An attorney, businessman and former judge, James J. Kaufman has published several works of non-fiction. The Collectibles, his debut novel, draws heavily from his experiences in law, his dealings in the business world, and his interactions with people from widely different backgrounds. Kaufman lives in Wilmington, North Carolina, with his wife, Patty, and is working on his second novel.

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