Seems Hell Has a Birthday


/Beth Wareham

I have a virtual publishing company. Our first tiny list has a huge novel, old-fashioned, sweeping, rare jewel of a story first begun in 1950, finished by 1960, and then put in a box. For five decades.

The book’s author, Ruth Sidransky, is 85. She lived in Vienna just after World War II. The memories in these pages literally feel like yesterday and all the while, she has the a technical control of a writer three times her age.

Here is Ruth reading from Reparations, a book dedicated to “The Memories of All That Perished in the Fires of the Holocaust.

This is a terrible anniversary but one that ever decent person walking the Earth should honor and respect.

Click here REPARATIONS to buy the book.

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