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The Warsaw Anagrams by Richard Zimler
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Aug 16, 11

really liked it
bookshelves: wwi-fiction, anti-semitism, bigamy-fiction, poland-fiction, holocaust-fiction, friendship-fiction, mystery
Read in August, 2011

In the Warsaw Ghetto, in the midst of death, starvation and misery, Erik, a renowned psychiatrist, recognizes that "we owe uniqueness to our dead." When a series of Jewish children are murdered, Erik sets out to find the culprits. This is a realistically detailed historical novel with believable characters. In the direst situations people are capable of kindness, loyalty, optimism--and retaliation.
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