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Books by Marilyn Horowitz

  • The Book of Zev

    The Book of Zev is a satirical thriller that tells the story of two gentle souls who share the same psychic and get caught up in a global terrorist plot: Zev Bronfman, a strapping, angry 32-year-old refugee-from-religious-Jewish-life virgin/cabdriver; and Sarah Hirshbaum, a beautiful, redheaded, depressed, God-hating kosher chef/divorcee who seesaws between yoga and too much red wine. When the psychic inadvertently sends a tape recording of Zev’s latest reading to Sarah, a series of harrowing events forces the two of them to band together to stop a powerful terrorist with plans to destroy both the United Nations and Israel.

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Marilyn Ida Horowitz is a producer, writing coach and award-winning professor of screenwriting at New York University. From her books on her trademarked writing system—now standard reading at NYU—to her appearances at Screenwriters World and The Great American Screenwriting Conference & PitchFest, Marilyn has guided the careers of literally hundreds of writers. She is currently featured in the Now Write! Screenwriting Anthology (Tarcher/Penguin) and in the upcoming The Expert Success Solution (Morgan James). Her production credits include And Then Came Love (2007), starring Vanessa Williams.