Books by

Deborah S. Prutzman

Deborah S.  Prutzman is an American storyteller. Her books include an award-winning memoir of life in America prior to World War I (written with her mother); the secret history of a centuries-old fishing village in Montenegro where she and her husband own a 17th-century home; reflections on life in the Connecticut countryside; and storybooks for children.

Award-winning memoir of the Great Depression and the Dust Bowl.

A vacation house in the Balkans turns out to have a history 300 years long.

A "city girl"portrays the American countryside in words and pictures.

Poems and images depict the joys and struggles of life as the landscape changes.

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