Book of the Year – Florida Writers Association Association Royal Palm Literary Awards!
Never again to anyone.
A human story of love, friendship, and courage in the Nazi ruled Lodz Ghetto.
Of the nearly 250,000 people banished there, less than 5,000 survived.
This is a story of love and courage in the face of unrelenting terror as four men in the Lodz Ghetto struggle to document the tightening of the noose under Nazi rule.
Written by the son of Holocaust survivors, this stunning novel based on events described in the Chronicle of the Lodz Ghetto (Yale University Press, 1984), asks what you would have sacrificed to be one of the few to survive.
Desperate people do desperate things…
A thrilling and touching novel everyone needs to read.
“What Ann Frank’s Diary did to put a face to the plight of Dutch Jews in WWII, The Devil’s Bookkeepers does for the Jew in the Lodz ghetto,” Rita Boehm, Award-Winning Author
“We need this book now more than ever,” Wanda Luthman, Award-Winning Author
“…an emotionally riveting account of life inside the ghetto… You cannot read this story and remain unaffected,î Kimberlee J Benart, 5 Stars Readersí Favorite
“…a riveting, emotionally charged novel… an amazing accomplishment… This is a must-read…” Louis Emond, English Professor