The Liberation of Henry Belmont
By Steve Godofsky

Bank robberies, romance, fantastic locations and an art heist fill the intriguing pages of The Liberation of Henry Belmont, by Steve Godofsky. 

When Henry Belmont learns that he has ALS (Lou Gehrig’s Disease) and just three years to live, he doesn’t make any phone calls.  He doesn’t rush to tell his friends and family.  He tells no one.  He doesn’t want to be pitied for this fast approaching end to an unspectacular life.   

His life could have been different.  He could have been something else, maybe even someone else.  But he isn’t going to waste the precious time he has left.  Henry decides to spend the rest of his life doing the things that previously were relegated to fantasy. 

And in the end, he will find the freedom to be the person he’s always wanted to be in The Liberation of Henry Belmont.

About the Author

Steve Godofsky grew up in Long Island, New York and now resides in Charlotte, North Carolina.  The author of Mind Reader and Questionable Therapy, Steve is currently working on his next novel.  Of his writing, Steve says, “I love the process of coming up with ideas, translating them to an interesting story, filling out the characters, adding hooks and turns, and completing a novel.  I also love the idea that it will be available to share with others as entertainment.”




Hard Cover - 6x9 - 172 pages - $23.95

 ISBN: 978-1-60911-073-4
ISBN / SKU: 1-60911-073-0

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