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Patrick Finegan peels back the fa ade of a storied Manhattan residential complex in his award-winning novel, Cooperative Lives.
- Grand Prize Finalist, 2019 Shelf Unbound Best Indie Book Competition
- Category Winner in Literary Fiction and Grand Prize Short List, 2019 Millennium Book Award
- First Place in Literary and Contemporary Fiction, 2019 Somerset Book Awards (Chanticleer)
- Winner in General Fiction, 2019-20 Reader Views Literary Awards
- Winner in Fiction, 2020 Book Excellence Awards
- Seal of Approval and Gold Medal in Contemporary Fiction, 2019 Literary Classics International Book Awards
- Winner, 2019-20 Jack Eadon Memorial Award for Best Book in Contemporary Drama
- Winner, 2019-20 Author Marketing Network Award for Best Fiction D but
- Winner in Literary Fiction, 2020 Independent Press Awards
- Reviewer's Choice Award, 2019 Feathered Quill Book Awards
- Silver Medal in Adult Fiction, 2019 Wishing Shelf Book Awards
- Silver Medal, 2020 Independent Publisher Book Awards, for Best First Book in Fiction
- Finalist in General Fiction, 2019 American Fiction Awards (American BookFest)
- Finalist in General Fiction, 2020 International Book Awards
- Bronze Medal in Fiction Drama, 2019 Readers Favorite Awards
- Bronze Medal in General Fiction and D but Author Finalist, 2019 Feathered Quill Book Awards
- B.R.A.G. Medallion in Literary Fiction, Book Readers Appreciation Group
- Best Books in Literary Fiction, Fall 2019 NABE Pinnacle Book Achievement Awards
- Long List, 2019 Cinnamon Literature Prize
A landmarked midtown Manhattan address. Carnegie Hall and Central Park at your feet. Three hundred units. Thirty-two full-time employees. Five hundred neighbors. You've hit the big time. Joined the elite. But what do you know about them, the neighbors? Have you ever met them? Really engaged with them? Or do you gaze down in the elevator, the same way you do on the subway and the street?
Oh sure, you've heard a famous writer lives on the fourteenth floor, a retired US senator on the eighteenth. You've witnessed so many Broadway impresarios glide through the lobby you've lost count. But what about your real neighbors - the couple in 7H, for instance, or the family in 8B? Did you know they once harbored the most wanted fugitive in America?
No? It was in the papers for weeks; nearly tore the co-op apart. Even that famous writer on fourteen got involved. And all because an M7 bus side-swiped a resident-shareholder while turning down Seventh Avenue.
You're busy? Oh, I'm sorry. Just thought you should know something about the co-op's history. And buy more insurance, lots more; I've got a friend named Stanley.
Patrick T. Finegan, 9781733902526, 474pp.
Publication Date: March 19, 2019