Susan Dworkin, author of
The New York Times best seller,
THE NAZI OFFICER'S WIFE
to appear at BookExpo America
"A beautiful story of survival, an inspiring tale of overcoming fear."
WASHINGTON JEWISH WEEK
THE NAZI OFFICER'S WIFE, a true story of love and terror in the Third Reich, recently spent 29 weeks on The New York Times Best Sellers List. A beautiful Jewish woman fleeing the Gestapo, a devil-may-care Nazi officer, an amazing marriage that defied all the odds -- these characters and their story have riveted close to half a million readers worldwide.
Meet Susan Dworkin, who wrote this groundbreaking book with the woman who lived it, the late Edith Hahn Beer, at BEA this Friday!
She will be available to talk about THE NAZI OFFICER'S WIFE and sign copies of the expanded new edition that includes background commentary from Edith's daughter and grandson, and discussion questions for book clubs.
Friday, May 29 | 10am
The Javits Center, New York City
Harper Collins | Booth #2038
About Susan Dworkin
Ms. Dworkin has written 13 books in addition to THE NAZI OFFICER'S WIFE, among them THE VIKING IN THE WHEAT FIELD, about the future of world food security; MAKING TOOTSIE, a now-classic film study with Sydney Pollack and Dustin Hoffman; and the novelization of DESPERATELY SEEKING SUSAN. THE MS. GUIDE TO A WOMAN'S HEALTH, written with Dr. Cynthia Cooke, received a National Book Award nomination.
THE NAZI OFFICER'S WIFE is represented by Kim Schefler at Levine, Plotkin and Menin in New York.
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