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Day UseA thrilling novel that presents the story of Dalia Raz, a successful ceramic artist who suddenly becomes a widow after her husband is killed by a mysterious explosion in the factory he worked in.

In her despair, following this disaster, she decides to change and rehabilitate her life. She turns her life upside down and opens a business for day use renting rooms by the hour for intimacy purposes.

At the same time, she begins to search for the truth regarding her husband’s death and investigates a series of explosions that took place in secret military facilities. She refuses to believe that the series of explosions is random and unconnected.

Her new unorthodox job exposes her to a new, intriguing world. She collects funny, tragic and dramatic stories about her guests’ She writes about her experiences and publishes a book about them.

Her new fascinating life exposes the reader to amusing and even occasionally frightening stories.

About Day Use author Dalia Rosenfeld

Day Use author, Dalia Rosenfeld

 Dalia was born is Israel, she is the 9th generation of a family of the old Israelite settlement and the founders of the Jewish state. She is married to Eli, a business man and a mother of 3 children.
Dalia has recently established a luxury compound with deluxe rooms for hourly rental for intimacy purposes. This compound was her inspiration for writing the book.
Dalia is a business woman, the owner of “Hamsa”, which imports jewelry and fashion from the Far East and markets them in dozens of stores. She also owns 4 private stores where she sells her product exclusively.
After her military service, she got married and became a journalist and wrote a weekly gossip column. She was the spokeswoman and PR of the Beer -Sheva City Theater, near to where she lives.
After she left public service, she began her career as a business woman and importer.


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