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by Dennis Ogden


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Sixty-four years have passed since the end of WWII and the rampart walls of the former Jewish Ghetto, TEREZÍN, have yet to divulge all the secrets they were built to hide.

That is until graffiti dauber Briney Ruza begins having connections with the walls she paints on. Each graffiti is posted on social media as part of her own cheeky game. One particular painting catches the interest of ageing Ghetto surviver Evzen Kravitz, who has never given up hope of one day finding the one item stolen from the parents he lost boarding a death train to Auschwitz.

Briney is enticed to Prague thinking this interest in her painting comes from her estranged mother. There she faces the truth…and Evzen. Together, through their testy relationship, they uncover much more than expected – including corrupt dealings that fleeced many owners and descendants wishing to reclaim property lost to the Nazis and the scheme financing the rise of the neo-nazis.

Briney also has her own personal secrets and when she meets Goth lesbian Zoja in Prague, the lives of everyone she meets will forever change…or forever be lost.

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ISBN-13: 9780648086925
Publisher: Ogden Imprint
Publication date: 11/21/2017
Pages: 336
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.75(d)

About the Author

Born Melbourne, Australia in 1945. Dennis' first job was in a printing company and that is when he became addicted to ink on paper and paper cuts. Returning from a stretch overseas he started up a graphic design studio and among his design projects were book designs. So print and books have always been, and still are, part of his life.
Dennis now lives on the Australian Sunshine Coast were the weather is gentler on the creative mind.

Table of Contents


Theresienstadt, Czechoslovakia, December 15, 1943


Melbourne, Australia, April 2008


Terezín, Czech Republic, April 2008

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