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It will not surprise readers of this powerful family memoir that Kati Marton's Enemies of the People was honored this January as a National Book Critics Circle Award finalist. Now in paperback, this meticulously researched book recreates details of her late émigré parents' eventful, tormented life in Hungary; first under pro-Nazi fascists and then, under pro-Soviet communists. Tossed repeatedly in the tumult of shifting European politics, Marton's educated Jewish parents struggled on, even when they were betrayed by people that they thought were friends.