Tag Archives: Holocaust

Susan: An Extraordinary Story

Susan had never told her family about her experiences. In fact, before Louisa Weinrib called her in 1990 for an interview, she she had never talked about what happened to anyone other than those who had gone through it with … Continue reading

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What to Remember Today

Today is Holocaust Remembrance Day. There is so much to remember, but I am plagued by two questions at the moment. How do people believe things? Why do they believe things? Let’s start here: We are humans. We are emotional … Continue reading

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The Collapse of Compassion

In police work, tragedy was a daily affair. I learned how to erect a professional wall between my personal emotions and what I encountered—abuse, rape, murder. Without those walls, I couldn’t have functioned effectively. I couldn’t take every abused child … Continue reading

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10 Words in April – Violins of Hope

April is my birthday month. We’re not going to talk about exactly which one. It’s been a hectic month that included working with my editor on my new police witch book, House of Rose. April also is the month for … Continue reading

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