Not Me

By Michael Lavigne

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Michael Rosenheim, a divorced stand-up comedian, is helping to care for his father, who has Alzheimer’s disease, when he discovers his father’s old journals. They seem to suggest that Michael’s father isn’t really a Holocaust survivor at all, but a Nazi accountant who pretended to be Jewish in order to save himself at the end of WWII. Alternating between his father’s shocking diary entries and his own perspective, Michael tries to learn the truth about his father – including his own identity.

Perfect for:

  • Readers of father-son narratives.
  • Those who appreciate a touch of levity and humour when confronting serious topics.
  • Lovers of original novels about identity, forgiveness, and love.
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