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The One Man

The One ManThe One Man by Andrew Gross

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Thanks to NetGalley for this ARC in exchange for an honest review.

Imagine…you are in occupied Poland and given an important assignment – to guard a precious religious archive and escort it to safety, across enemy borders and leave your parents and sister behind.
Imagine you are safe, in the United States, and asked to go back, not just to occupied territory, but to the nightmare of Auschwitz, to liberate one man. Thinking only about what can go wrong, you will never envision the surprises that may await you.
Andrew Gross delivers a riveting novel with The One Man, a story that has been near and dear to his heart for many years, a story that came from years of research and an untold and unknown family story.


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