The Lev Effect

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About the Author
Sheldon Greene started young. He was appointed Warden of Insurance of the State of Ohio at age 23. A public interest lawyer, Greene pursued seminal issues literally decades before they achieved national attention, such as our flawed health delivery system, the impact of illegal immigration on the economy, renewable energy, and our public land policies. Greene was a participant in the first Obama national policy team for both immigration and energy. He was one of the founders of the New Israel Fund and helped formulate its unique structure drawing on his experience as General Counsel of California Rural Legal Assistance. He is an executive in a wind energy development company and has been actively engaged in renewable energy for over 25 years. He advocates the formulation of a God concept derived from the life process, stripped of anachronistic anthropomorphic characteristics. He has developed personal guidelines for a balanced, seamless life with spiritual, intellectual, social, and creative dimensions. He is the author of seven published novels.

Of the seven novels already published six have strong Jewish content. The topics range widely from fact based to flights of imagination. Topics explored include aid by Jews to the American Revolution, (Pursuit of Happiness) Jewish influence on Pre-Columbian culture, (The Seed Apple) World War II Jewish partisans, the illegal immigration to Palestine, the Israeli War of Independence (Prodigal Sons), small town Jewish values, (Lost and Found). One of the novels, (Burnt Umber) moves from Pre World War I Germany to Berkeley during the Viet Nam war with the German artist, Franz Marc and a fact-based Jewish artist and Cal professor as the principal characters. A major theme is the empowerment of women in the 20thCentury. Yet another novel (After The Parch) describes California in the near future after the dissolution of the United States.