Rozsa Gaston to sign copies of new book

Greenwich author Rozsa Gaston will sign her latest book Black is Not a Color on Wednesday, May 14 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., at Doncaster pop up boutique.

The boutique is located at 219 East Putnam Avenue, Cos Cob in the Mill Pond Shopping Center.

In Ms. Gaston’s latest novel, a young American woman discovers her Hungarian father in his final year of life. And as lousy cooking skills, lack of patience, simmering resentment and unresolved feelings of abandonment all gnaw at her, his wild exuberance and zest for life fascinate her as much as they confound her.

“You will laugh and hopefully learn something that will stay in your heart,” Ms. Gaston said.

Black is Not a Color continues the story of Ava Fodor begun in Paris Adieu, Ms. Gaston’s 2012 debut novel. Both are available in paperback, eBook or audiobook editions at Amazon and at all Greenwich libraries. The book has received high praise from other authors as Jane Stern, author of the New York Times bestseller Elvis World, Roadfood and many other books on food and popular culture said it was… “At once witty, smart and touching. A sensitive delineation of family dynamics and some wonderful insight into geopolitical geography.”

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