Hal Jacobson, a New Jersey native, spent his childhood in the Flatbush section of Brooklyn. He is an alumnus of the University of Wisconsin-Madison and George Washington University Law School. He is a retired lawyer and member of the Virginia and New York bars, and he now resides in South Florida with his partner, Fran, and his two pets, Shayna and Martini. He wrote Warsawe in response to the growing numbers of hate groups and self-styled commandos in the United States. Warsawe is his first book.
Books by Hal Jacobson
There is nowhere to hide. The United States is entering a new era of moral destruction. The reassuring words of political leaders can no longer subdue the rampant uprising of civil unrest. As the New Reich Group gains more popularity through social media, their age-old ideology steadily attracts new members to take part of the nationalistic uprising. No marginalized person is safe. There is nowhere to hide from the ersatz Nazis.