Herschlag's other published books include Jack of All Trades (Northwest, 1994), Lay Low and Don't Make the Big Mistake (Simon & Schuster, 1997), The Interceptor (Ballantine, 1998) and Women Are From Manhattan, Men Are From Brooklyn (Black Maverick, 2002).
Lay Low, a humorous but practical guide to gliding through corporate America on minimal effort, resulted in over 175 radio and TV interviews across the country. The book was the subject of a feature article in USA Today, highlighted in Reader's Digest, and quoted on the front page of the Wall Street Journal. Lay Low was also translated into Chinese. The Interceptor, a political and environmental thriller set above and below the streets of New York, was reviewed favorably by numerous publications including the New York Times, the New York Daily News, and the New York Post.
Herschlag lives in Easton, PA, with Susan, his wife of twenty-four years, and their daughters Rachel, 19, and Elise, 14.
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