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by Thomas Wiseman

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Author:
Thomas Wiseman
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978-0316948579
ISBN:
0316948578
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Little Brown & Co; 1st edition (May 1, 1986)
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Thomas Wiseman was born in Vienna in January 1931 of Jewish parentage. The Quick and the Dead earned him a Jewish Chronicle Book Award. Children of the Ruins, 1986. The Quick and the Dead earned him a Jewish Chronicle Book Award a harshly funny and effective study of Nazi self-delusion and atrocity. brilliantly achieved. The Time Before the War, 1993.

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The ""Wolf Children""-non-Nazi juvenile delinquents who scavenged through WW II Germany and occasionally joined the .

The ""Wolf Children""-non-Nazi juvenile delinquents who scavenged through WW II Germany and occasionally joined the local anti-Hitler activists-are a curious phenomenon in the history of the Third Reich. But Wiseman, author of such intelligent, textured thrillers as Savage Day and A Game of Secrets, can find only a few striking episodes and atmospheric vignettes in this intriguing material: his disjointed attempt at more full-scale, heroic suspense falls flat.

Mr Carson died in 2015 but left nothing for his children or grandchildren. The children had been listed as discretionary beneficiaries under a trust. They were each awarded the amount after taking the matter to the High Court.

Thomas Wiseman is a British author, playwright and screenwriter. Thomas Wiseman was born in Vienna in 1931 of Jewish parentage. He escaped to England with his mother in 1939, shortly before the outbreak of war. His father, an officer in the First World War, had arranged their escape with his contacts in high places, but he remained behind, believing he could rely on these "contacts" to protect him. Career. In this he was ultimately to be proved mistaken, and he died in Buchenwald concentration camp

Based on the little-known history of the German resistance to Hitler, this powerful and haunting novel, set in Cologne between 1939 and 1944, describes the transformation of a motley group of German juvenile delinquents into an anti-Nazi resistance