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The Black Life

by Paul Johnston

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This author will go down in history next to George Orwell. He has an amazing combination of hair-raising insight and incredible writing skills. The subject is one mankind must never forget. Paul Johnston's clever way of weaving past history into the future is intriguing, eerie and hopefully will never re-emerge in the future of makind. The Black Life should be included in the avid reader and history buff libraries.
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The story is told in alternating chapters, a narrative set in the present day and also a first person harrowing account of the persecution of the Holocaust years. Whilst it is an indictment of the wartime collaboration and subsequent profiteering to which many countries turned a blind eye, and whilst it also underlines the extent of anti-Semitism still existing in Greece and elsewhere today, the novel also contains accounts of working life in the concentration camps and how survival of some Jews might depend on their working for the SS and even sending one's own family members to their deaths in the gas chambers. This is the latest outing for half-Greek, half-Scottish Private Investigator, Alex Mavros.… (more)

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