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Neil Abramson

Biography

Neil Abramson

Neil Abramson was born in the Bronx, New York in 1964. He graduated from the Cornell School of Industrial and Labor Relations and received his law degree from Northwestern University. He is a partner in a large Manhattan law firm, where he has the opportunity to work on animal rights and animal welfare issues on a pro bono basis. He has been active in animal rights/animal welfare circles for over two decades, having served on the Board of Directors of the Animal Legal Defense Fund and been recognized for his animal legal work by the ASPCA.  

JUST LIFE is his second novel. His first, UNSAID, was published in hardcover in 2011.

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Books by Neil Abramson

by Neil Abramson - Fiction

Veterinarian Samantha Lewis and her team are dedicated to providing a sanctuary for unwanted, abused and abandoned dogs in New York City. But every day it gets harder to operate her no-kill shelter. Sam is already at her breaking point when she learns of an unidentified, dangerous virus spreading through their neighborhood. Amid growing panic and a demand for immediate answers, suspicion abruptly falls on dogs as the source. Soon the governor is calling in the National Guard to enforce a quarantine --- no dog may leave the area. As questions about the source of the virus mount and clash with the pressure for a politically expedient resolution, Sam is forced to make life-altering choices.

by Neil Abramson - Fiction

In the tradition of THE ART OF RACING IN THE RAIN comes a debut novel guaranteed to wrap around the heart of any reader who has ever loved an animal.