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  • Well worth reading

    Simply put, this book is about the author's relative named Benjamin, one of the multitudes who were tragically murdered in the Holocaust. It is not only a family memoir, but also a brilliant piece of genealogical research. The author puts so much of herself into it - her thoughts and feelings are beautifully conveyed in her words. You will no doubt find it very gripping and moving. I highly recommend it.

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  • A stone for Benjamin

    Beautifully written as the author made you feel like you were with her in her search. I really enjoyed this book albeit the author's uncle did die in the Holocaust. She made Benjamin become a person instead of a number inher relentless search for the facts surrounding his demise.

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