Judy Rakowsky recounts her thirty-year search for her long-lost relative, Hena, the only survivor of a family that was killed one night in Poland near the end of WWII. Investigative journalist Rakowsky has the perfect skills to follow her older cousin, Sam, a Holocaust survivor, on this journey. Rakowsky candidly expresses her frustration with waiting for translations, Sam's occasional dismissals of her inquiries, and false leads--all of which led to endless attempts to find Hena. While unsuccessful at the intended task, Rakowsky uncovers and trumpets a truth denied in Poland: that many Jews were murdered not by Nazis, but by Polish resistance fighters. Her voice is vehement when revealing that surprising truth and the stigmas that continue. S.W. © AudioFile 2023, Portland, Maine [Published: AUGUST 2023]
Trade Ed. HighBridge Audio 2023
DD ISBN 9781696612098 $19.99
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