// ADRIANA STROPFEL A tale of teenage life in Turin.
// WASH YOUR HANDS A tale of isolation in the time of the corona virus quarantine.
// A DAY IN NEW YORK A tale of Winter in New York.
// ANTON A tale of bureaucracy.
// ASHES A tale of coping with death.
// BERTHE A tale of growing up.
// BOULEVARD de SEBASTOPOL A tale of life in Paris.
// GERMAINE A tale of jealousy and unfulfilled romance.
// HITLER’S DOGS A tale of dogs who were trained to be killers.
Translated by Michelle Schoenung
// IRWIN A tale of sickness and diagnosis.
// LIONEL A tale of the influence of a poet.
// THE TWO BABAS A tale of controlling disability.
// THE HARRIS TWEED SUIT A tale of sartorial love and peril.
// THE ZOO A brief tale of Central Park.
The plot of Money Must Stay in the Family, unfolds around the family matriarch’s last will and traces the story of an upper class Jewish family from Turin, the fictional Ottolenghis. The multigenerational saga begins with the flight from Mussolini’s Racial Laws of 1938 and continues with the arrival in the Upper West Side of Manhattan and the dispersion from New York to Rome, Paris, Tuscany, South America, and Jerusalem.