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Erich Von Bruener returns to Berlin in time to attend his father’s Christmas dinner party. The year is 1930 and the evening’s honored guest is none other than Adolf Hitler. Otto Von Bruener’s fervor for Germany’s rising Nazi party will cast a menacing shadow over his son’s every move from that night on. Against his father’s advice, Erich embarks on a business venture with his childhood friend Karl. Together the two young men create the Berlin Opera Company. When Chani Machinski, a beautiful Jewish girl from Warsaw, comes to audition as their soprano, Erich is deeply smitten -- and many lives are endangered.
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Marilyn Cagin holds a B.A. in history from Case Western Reserve University. She served as the director of the Workmen’s Circle of Cleveland (a Jewish fraternal organization) from 1975 to 1988. After her retirement, Marilyn accompanied her late husband, Harry Cagin, to numerous International Holocaust conferences on Remembering for the Future. But it was a talk given in Cleveland, Ohio by a Christian clergyman, about his father, a Nazi, that inspired The Berlin Murders. Marilyn has also written the script for a radio program called Celebration which presents classical music for the Jewish High Holidays. In 2011, Marilyn published a memoir about her mother, aptly entitled Helen. The Berlin Murders is her first novel.
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Book Description CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2015. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1517760879