Michael Kroft

Michael Kroft is an eclectic reading addict of fiction and nonfiction with a passion for writing short stories spanning various genres, On Herring Cove Road: Mr. Jew And The Goy Boy was his debut novel and his second, Still On Herring Cove Road: Hickory, Dickory, Death, was released early November, 2014. His third, Not on Herring Cove Road: The Problem Being Blue, is expected out by June, 2015.

Author Biography

Michael Kroft was born in Halifax, Nova Scotia, and now resides in Montreal, Quebec.

An eclectic reading addict of fiction and nonfiction with a passion for writing short stories spanning various genres, On Herring Cove Road: Mr. Jew And The Goy Boy was his debut novel and his second, Still On Herring Cove Road: Hickory, Dickory, Death, was released early November, 2014. His third, Not on Herring Cove Road: The Problem Being Blue, is expected out by June, 2015.

Books by Michael Kroft

Editing Can Kill An Idiot: A Short Memoir

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From his first night ever at the hospital under the care of a nurse from Hell, the language tension lingering between a semi-monolingual Anglophone within a primarily Francophone hospital, waking up during his surgery, being hit on by an attractive female patient who just so happens to be..., and much more, the story will entertain, educate and perhaps even frighten.

Still On Herring Cove Road: Hickory, Dickory, Death

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** "More than just another mystery. This one grabs you by the heart" -Review by Karen Laird of Under the Shade Tree Blog. Ten-year old Dewey is moving, and he couldn't be more excited, but Lisa, his mother, and his retired next door neighbour and best buddy, Avriel, don't share his excitement regarding the move to a lower-class neighbourhood where two murders have recently occurred

On Herring Cove Road: Mr. Rosen and His 43Lb Anxiety

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Mr. Rosen is broken, and the only thing keeping him together is his progressively sickening wife. To make matters worse, his wife had insisted and then moved them to a smaller house in lower-middle class neighbourhood directly next door to racist whose nine-year old son addresses him as Mr.Jew. The future looks pretty bleak for Mr. Rosen, but all is not as it may seem.