Women's Contemporary Fiction

  • Day Use: Sex, Secrets & Stories by dalia rosenfeld

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    A thrilling novel that presents the story of Dalia Raz, a successful ceramic artist who suddenly becomes a widow after her husband is killed by a mysterious explosion in the factory he worked in.
    In her despair, following this disaster, she decides to change and rehabilitate her life. She turns her life upside down and opens a business for day use renting rooms by the hour for intimacy purposes.

    At the same time, she begins to search for the truth regarding her husband’s death and investigates a series of explosions that took place in secret military facilities. She refuses to believe that the series of explosions is random and unconnected.

    ˃˃˃ Funny, tragic and dramatic stories
    Her new unorthodox job exposes her to a new, intriguing world. She collects funny, tragic and dramatic stories about her guests’ She writes about her experiences and publishes a book about them.

    Her new fascinating life exposes the reader to amusing and even occasionally frightening stories.

    ˃˃˃ Based on real life events
    The book also sheds light on Israel’s nuclear secrets.

    The ending is surprising and unpredictable.