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With Blood and Scars

With Blood and Scars

With Blood and Scars by B. E. Andre differs from many accounts written by baby boomer children about their Polish parents who lived through World War II and the Holocaust, especially for American readers: She is British. Her novelized account, published in 2014 by PebbleStone, reads like a memoir but one thick with plot and suspense and details about growing up in England.

Ania, the main character wants to confront her dying father with suspicions she has long held inside. Who is he really, and does she really want to know the truth about his life during the war?

From the cover: “This novel is about heroic survival against all odds; a life-affirming story of courage and hope set against the most harrowing circumstances. It celebrates the goodness that can be found in all nations.”
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