Stephen J. Kohn

Love, Death, and Survival

Let Stephen Jerome Kohn take you on a riveting journey through the heart of darkness told through the eyes of Catholic attorney, Noel Smith. This must-read novel explores the power of perseverance and the importance of cultural heritage along with themes of love, loss and redemption.



As an economist with a knack for writing, Stephen Jerome Kohn has authored more than a few hundred business papers and articles during his career. Before dabbling in the world of fictional writing, he spent most of his career consulting with banks and other businesses in the United States and around the world.
However, ten years ago, he decided to try his luck with fiction, and the result was two books of short stories Hearts: Breaking/Mending, which explores the beginning and end of relationships, and Saints and Sinners, a book defining righteousness and evil through his character’s virtues and flaws. With the continued success of his previous work, he is now working on two more books: one on ethical behavior, using the short story genre, and another, An Encyclopedia of My Life (an autobiography based on his oddities, eccentricities and peculiarities).

Whether you’re a fan of historical fiction or simply looking for a compelling and thought-provoking read, The Last Train from Montreux is an enthralling novel you won’t want to miss. It is a powerful story that explores the impact of the written word on the lives of those who read it.

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With themes of love, loss, and redemption, The Last Train from Montreux takes you on a fascinating journey that explores the power of perseverance and the importance of cultural heritage

Steve is a professional economist with a knack for fictional writing who will take you on a thrilling journey.

Hearts: Breaking/Mending: Short Stories Relationships: Beginnings and Endings
Saints and Sinners: Short Stories: Triumphs and Defeats

A gripping love story with a riveting surprise ending endearing you to the characters never to be forgotten!

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In the realm of literature, there are certain stories that touch our hearts and leave an indelible mark on our souls. The Last Train from Montreux by Stephen Jerome Kohn is undoubtedly one of those rare gems. This gripping novel takes readers on an unforgettable journey through the depths of love and the haunting echoes of loss.

In Stephen Jerome Kohn’s poignant novel, The Last Train from Montreux readers are taken on a compelling journey that explores the profound influence of cultural heritage and faith. This thought-provoking narrative weaves together the threads of diverse backgrounds, religious beliefs, and the struggle to maintain one’s cultural identity.

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F. Harper

My sister raved about this book, and I gave it a shot. To my surprise, I was unable to put the book down and wanted to finish the story as soon as possible.

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As an avid book reader, I was intrigued by this novel and decided to get my hands on a copy, and I'm glad I did. This book has to be one of the best reads.

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The Last Train from Montreux is a novel with a compelling storyline, making readers consider their decisions and how that will affect future generations.

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