Once We Were Brothers

By Ronald Balson

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Elliott Rosenzweig is a Chicago philanthropist. Ben Solomon is a golf starter. Both are Holocaust survivors – or so it seems. When Elliott is accused of working as a former Nazi – the narrative delves into the story of a Christian boy taken in by a Jewish family who may or may not have turned out to betray them. Toggling between the Chicago courts and Poland during WWII, the novel reads as both a courtroom suspense drama and a Holocaust-based piece of fiction.

Great for:

• Readers who enjoyed Sarah’s Key.
• Anyone interested in an: ‘is-he-or-isn’t-he-a-Nazi’ scenario.
• Those looking to read about Poland during WWII.

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