Posts Tagged ‘ daughters ’

One Family’s Holocaust Survival Story

June 12, 2013
Read the First 10 Pages of this book

Seventy years after the fact, the Holocaust continues to challenge us. No matter how many books are written, movies produced, or oral histories collected, the sweeping scale and sheer malevolence of the Final Solution elude our grasp. Gene Klein was born in Czechoslovakia in 1928. In 1944, at the age of 16, he and his family were deported to Auschwitz. The Kleins were aboard one of the very first trains of this mass deportation. Shortly…

Read more »

A Father’s Only True Legacy: Lies

May 6, 2013
Read the First 10 Pages of this book

Washington, D.C. lawyer Breecie Lemay has been called to the aid of her father, who has suffered a debilitating stroke. But not long after her arrival, she makes a startling discovery at her father’s home. She fears the gun she has found hidden in a secret compartment in her father’s staircase is the same weapon used to kill her mother years ago. In search of the truth, she’s thrust into a world of her father’s…

Read more »

Dear Mom (And Dear Dad)

November 13, 2012
Read the First 10 Pages of this book

Sometimes, the most important conversation you can have is with someone who is gone. Do the words “Dear Mom” come any easier when Mom is gone? What if there were things you never told her? Things you’ve always wanted to know? And after you’ve written letters pouring your heart out to your mom, would you show those letters to your dad? Kate Kaiser did. Her book “Letters to my Mother (But Really for My Father)”…

Read more »

Follow The Bookcast on Facebook Follow The Bookcast on Twitter THe Bookcast at iTunes The Bookcast RSS Feed
Page Ranking Tool