Friday Morning Bookclub

December 20, 2012

This Month’s Book: Once We Were Brothers By Ronald Balson

Filed under: Once We Were Brothers — susanbright @ 8:08 pm
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brothersBen Solomon was convinced that Elliot Rosenzweig, a respected civic leader was actually Otto Piatek, a former Nazi SS officer.  According to Solomon when Otto was abandoned as a child he came to live with the Soloman family. They were like brother and then he betrayed their family in the worst way.  Soloman was determined to bring Elliot Rosensweig AKA Otto Piatek to justice and hired Catherine Lockhart to take his case.

Once We Were Brothers is the compelling tale of two boys and a family that struggles to survive in war-torn Poland. It is also the story of a young lawyer who must face not only a powerful adversary, but her own self-doubts. Two lives, two worlds and sixty years all on course to collide in a fast-paced legal thriller.

Please join us in reading Once We Were Brothers!

Once We Were Brothers – a novel by Ronald H. Balson

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1 Comment »

  1. This is a wonderful book. By the way, I love your blog and get many good book recommendations from your book list. Thank you.

    Comment by CC — December 22, 2012 @ 9:38 am | Reply


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