As Russian soldiers herd them onto a train to an unknown destination, Helena Landau grimly realizes that keeping her family alive will be solely her responsibility.
When Helena’s husband, David, a respected art and antique dealer, discovers his family gone, he resolutely sets out to find them using his professional expertise. So begins this suspenseful and harrowing saga of a Jewish family separated by war.
As they both struggle to survive, David and Helena long to be reunited, but many years will pass till they meet again. Based on actual events, Author Eve Elovic puts a compelling face on the atrocities borne by European Jews during the Holocaust.
Ms. Elovic creates interesting and dimensional characters as she tells her fascinating story, set against the most turbulent backdrop of modern history. Ms. Elovic writes about Polish Jewry, Siberia, the Teheran Children, Palestine, and Israel.
For mature adult readers.
- Paperback: 212 pages
- Author: Eve Elovic
- ISBN-13: 978-9657344156
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