Today's a Yellow Day
James Roth, author
Join us in this attention getting novel that keeps your interest from the first chapter to the very last page. Today’s a Yellow Day is a tale of murder and retribution, of the meek and the merciless, of good and evil, and of the river town life of a young man, Tim Ferrari. It is a glimpse into the blue-collar world of a carpenter’s family in 1960. It is a story of the impact one ruthless delinquent can have on a peaceful Hudson River village community. Tim will face the challenges of family illnesses, his first romance, and responding to threats of violence. The story reveals the culture of the Village of Dobbs Ferry in the early 1960s with insight into its ethnic background, history, and devotion to high school football. It shows the influence the Great Depression continued to have on a family twenty years after it ended.**The rape and murder of a popular high school girl will result in a police investigation that has many suspects including Tim. This suspenseful novel has twists and turns that will surprise you. The Old Croton Aqueduct, the scene of the murder, is given new life as the author delves into its history and the Irish and Italian struggles and contributions in the building of the Old and New Croton aqueduct. The author’s appreciation of local history blends with his love of suspense and a touch of humor to draw you into this intriguing story.