The Last Witness
Paperback: 334 pages
Publisher: Story Merchant (October 1, 2014)
E-Book ASIN: B00P1S0SNK
The year is 2039, and Jack Fisher is the last living survivor of the Holocaust. Set in a world that is abysmally complacent about events of the last century, Jack is a 100-year-old man whose worst memories took place before he was 5. His story hearkens back to the Jewish ghetto of his birth and to Auschwitz where, as a little boy, he had to fend for himself to survive after losing his family. Jack becomes the central figure in a missing-person investigation when his granddaughter suddenly disappears. While assisting police, he finds himself in danger and must reach into the darkest corners of his memory to come out alive.
Jerry Amernic is a Toronto writer who has been a newspaper reporter and correspondent, newspaper columnist, feature writer for magazines, teacher of journalism, and media consultant. His first book ‘Victims: The Orphans of Justice‘ was a true story about a former police officer whose eldest daughter was murdered and who became a leading advocate for crime victims. This resulted in Jerry’s column about the justice system for The Toronto Sun. More recently Jerry co-authored ‘Duty – The Life of a Cop‘ with Julian Fantino, the highest-profile police officer Canada has ever produced and now a member of the Canadian Cabinet. In fiction, Jerry’s first novel ‘Gift of the Bambino‘ was praised by The Wall Street Journal in the U.S., The Globe and Mail in Canada, and others. His latest novel is the historical thriller ‘The Last Witness‘. Just released is the biblical-historical thriller ‘Qumran‘.
This is a giveaway hosted by Partners In Crime Virtual Book Tours for Jerry Amernic.
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The giveaway begins on May 1st, 2015 and runs through June 12th, 2015.
Comments on “Spotlight/Giveaway – The Last Witness by Jerry Amernic”
Oops! I’m on my tablet and accidently hit the wrong button, and the last entry on the Rafflecopter closed before I put my name in – it’s Vivian Vereeke. Sorry about that! The book sounds fascinating. I watched the video on Jerry Amernic’s Facebook page. It’s so sad that unfortunately people are no longer remembering what happened in WWII and the haulocost. We have so much to learn from that, but instead we are repeating it; in different countries and different groups of people. We must remember, and we must learn! I am definitely going to have to read this book!
Sounds like a really intriguing book! Thanks so much for introducing us to it.
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