Terri Solomon writes, “In Miriam N. Kotzin’s The Real Deal, readers encounter United States President Abe Featherman, a closeted gay Native American. He’s confronted with two immense personal fabrications, his sexuality and his race, and both lies are about to get him into trouble. Now that Election Day has passed and the dust is settling, political junkies can get a fictional fix in this critique of the current American political and social scene.” Read more . . .