Books by Pierre Wolfe
Two young men, bound by generations of close family ties, are torn apart by the careening specter of Hitler's historic rise to power. Civilization is forever changed for everyone, and the world of these two dear friends is divided. Their lives and loves are a poignant reminder of how fragile our own personal relationships are when faced with the struggles of a once great society run amok.
Amidst the turmoil of horrific ethnic and religious persecutions, a great war envelops the world, while sweeping along these youth on opposite sides, pitting them against each other. The shared history of these two men is tragic, yet powerful and uplifting. Available on Amazon.
Recollections of the great restaurants of Denver by one of its leading restaurateurs; recipes by Gene Amole, foreword by Dick Kreck. Restaurants are described and menus reproduced for Denver's leading restaurants from 1890 to the 1990s.
Intriguing historical retelling of Denver's dining past...from an insider's perspective, Wolfe has plenty of juicy stories to tell -- Patrick Sweeney, Denver Business Journal