When the best revenge is to have survived. A holocaust story.
A story that covers the impact of the holocaust on a present-day family and the writer who told their story.
For many years the brown leather suitcase had lain hidden under the house. Someone had placed it there, away from prying eyes, behind the aching twist of floor joists and gurgling pipes. When it was finally opened it would prove to be a Pandora’s Box.
The present-day Siegel family knew nothing of their relatives only that they had lived and died in Poland during the Second World War. It was only when the suitcase was opened they finally learnt their father’s dreadful secret. He had fled to New Zealand. But did he really escape? Or was he forever haunted by what he had left behind?
This is a story of love, loyalty and heroism; of those who died, the ones who tried to save them and the one man who could have made a difference.
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