Marika is the fictionalized biography of a remarkable woman. Orphaned in Hungary during the Holocaust, she endures starvation and poisoning while carrying forged documents to Jews who escape from trains bound for death camps, and faces impending execution by Hungarian Nazis. Immigrating to the United States, she completes college and becomes a recognized child psychologist and a professor at Harvard. Her life is marred by hurtful marriages but she finds happiness with a childhood lover.
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About the Author
Paul D. Ellner, Ph.D., taught at Columbia University’s College of Physicians and Surgeons as professor of microbiology and pathology. Dr. Ellner was a legal consultant in infectious disease as an expert witness. Previously published works include The Biomedical Scientist as Expert Witness, And Evil Shall Come and Stranger in Time.