Reader's Digest

12 Holocaust Books That Everyone Should Read

The Guardian

'I will never be free of it': Auschwitz survivor recalls horror 75 years on

Kveller

The First Jewish Transport to Auschwitz Was 997 Young Women — and Only Women

Washington Indepedent

999: The Extraordinary Young Women of the First Official Jewish Transport to Auschwitz

Times of Israel

First transport of Jews to Auschwitz was 997 young Slovak women and teens

National Geographic

Remembrance Day: memories and testimonies so as not to forget the victims of the Holocaust

Corriere

Memorial Day:
the books tell about the Shoah

Amica

Memorial Day 2020: new books to not forget the Shoah

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Interview

Heather Dune Macadam should be included in that rare category of literary mystery masters such as Lawrence Block, Craig Holden, and Giles Blunt, whose lyrical prose and beautifully developed characters have a great deal to say about the troubled world we live in and its legacy of violence.

Kaylie Jones, author of Celeste Ascending and A Soldier's Daughter Never Cries