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Hiding Places: A Father and His Sons Retrace Their Family's Escape from the Holocaust

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Growing up in 1950s Connecticut, author Daniel Asa Rose had always felt alienated from his Jewish roots. Though his mother, a Holocaust survivor, told him stories of the Not-sees, these villains seemed as unreal to him as the ogres from his fairy-tale books. Safeguarded by American suburbia, there seemed little need to conjure up horrific stories from the past.

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Paperback, 384 pages
Published August 27th 2002 by Three Rivers Press (first published 2000)
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I wanted to like this book because it fits in with the whole Jewish genealogy theme that I am usually interested in, but I just couldn't. I read about half and then stopped. It might have made a good essay, but not a whole book.
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