Imagine being dragged from your bed in the darkest, coldest hours of the night, and taken to a place you believed only existed in nightmares.
That is what happened to Helena, and the rest of the haunted souls in Krakow's Podgorze Ghetto. She had heard the rumours. They all had. But with half of her family already dead or missing, hope was all that Helena had left.
But hope can be distinguished as easily as a candle in the wind. Nazi liquidation wasn't just a nightmare. It was real.
And it was happening to Helena.
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About the Author
Steven was born in 1974, and grew up in Lowestoft, England. An avid sportsman, painter and reader, those loves were only trumped by his love of travel, and to date he has visited 49 countries and lived and worked on five continents. Steven splits his time between San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, and the rest of the world. Steven travels a lot, working as a freelance travel writer and photographer, and accompanying his wife, freelance journalist, Leslie Patrick. Steven writes about his travels and adventures on his blog, 'Twenty First Century Nomad,' but his novel, 'I Have Lived Today,' is his first full length fiction book. His current work in progress is the first installment of an adventure/mystery series. Future projects include an ongoing memoir and a travel book, detailing some of his adventures and, it has to be said, his mis-adventures.