Praise For The Late, Lamented Molly Marx

“Koslow has created a deeply moving, can’t-put-it-down novel . . . Thought-provoking, powerful, and at times, funny, The Late, Lamented Molly Marx is a definite must-read. Along with a lovely tale, the reader will find a message that shouts to live your life to the fullest while you can.”

“Koslow knows her way around expertly tuned phrasing, and Molly is a delightful gem of a heroine. Equal parts self-deprecating, wry and sassy, Molly is honest about her faults and equally forgiving of the others’ as she reviews her life with a hearty does of honesty and humor . . . The narrative’s… hilarity and heartbreak will win readers over.”
– Publishers Weekly

“Required reading”
– Billy Heller, New York Post and Newsday

“A fun, unusual read with a dash of mystery thrown in.”
– San Francisco Chronicle

“Fabulous first lines: “When I imagined my funeral, this wasn’t what I had in mind.” True, you can’t always judge a book by its beginning. But (this) new offering . . . will keep you hooked to the end.”
– Real Simple 

“One of the surprise cliff hangers of the season . . . when Molly observes her intimates and investigators from the hereafter, she’s both ticked and tickled . . . You will be, too.”
– Self 

“Funny, poignant”
– Life & Style Weekly

“Koslow’s story of “a life examined” in the hereafter makes readers truly care about her protagonist, foibles and all.”

“Hilarious and thought-provoking”
– Jewish Community Voice

“Relax with a new read that offers a little bit of everything.”
– Woman’s World

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