Beauty and Bloodstain

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AuthorHouse, Jun 2, 2005 - Fiction - 256 pages
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            In the mind of a mad man everything he believes is true.  He also believes the innocent are guilty and they must be destroyed for their sins.  This story takes place in a time when one race was persecuted simply for just being. 

            Benjamin, a good, kind, and loving Jewish man just wanted to give his family a life that they could be proud of, but the evil in Adolf Hitler wouldn’t allow him this God given right.  He and his family are forced to flee and try and survive underground, but fate can be cruel when you try and deceive it.  Join Benjamin and his family as they face the enemy in their quest to be free.  Hitler and his Nazi army killed so many; will Benjamin’s family escape his wrath?  Who will live and who will die?

            Read about how one German, Nickolaus, gave up everything for the Jewish woman Eleonore, he falls in love with.  Can their survive his abandonment not only to his country, but also to his high ranking father in the Nazi army?

            Does the father pay for the sins of his son or will Nickolaus pay for his own sins at the hands of his father.  Remember . . . that, that does not kill us will only make us stronger!

 

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About the author (2005)

After being made aware that I had a great aunt die in a Concentration Camp I became inspired to write a story of a Jewish family''s trials and tribulations, during the early 1900s and into the beginning and ending of W.W.II. I also felt the need to include the Jewish traditions and holidays and explain some of their beliefs. 
Many are not aware of the ugliness and darkness that existed during the Second World War; I hope my story can open closed eyes and help them see.  The Jewish race deserved none of their suffering. 
How sad it is, that we live in a world where one judges one; because of where it is that they come from.

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