Potomac Green resident David Mendelsohn has added another title to his library.
Mendelsohn’s sixth book, “Ben, Thomas and John Land in 2019,” brings three of the nation’s founding fathers from July 4, 1776, to present day in a humorous satire. In penning the book, he studied the sayings and personalities of Ben Franklin, Thomas Jefferson and John Adams, and used their quotes and statements to answer questions many in the nation pose today—what might they say, if here today, on issues of the right to bear arms, immigration, term limits and more?
“The manner in which the three are brought here is imaginative, amusing, and requires the reader to accept some fantasy,” Mendelsohn wrote.
His newest book is available for purchase on Amazon or Kindle. Mendelsohn’s other works include “The White Mouse in the White House,” a children’s book that teaches tolerance; “The Seven Swords of ISIS,” an espionage thriller; and “Of Souls, Doves and Eternity,” which follows three characters who discover compelling scientific evidence of the afterlife as they live their lives.