When you purchase a copy of “Pavel’s Violin: A Song of Praise,” you make the world world a better place in three ways:
- You get an exciting historical novel, that traces the journey of a special Violin from its inception in the Austrian Alps, through palaces of Emperors and Bishops, the countryside of Jewish Moravia, the Great Synagogue of Olomouc (AH-luh-moats), the horrors of the the Terezin and Auschwits concentration camps, until, after liberation, it finds its way to a survivor of those camps and becomes – “Pavel’s Violin.
- You learn some European history, and experience first hand the camps, transport trains, and gas chambers of the Holocaust.
- You contribute to Holocaust Awareness, that this might never happen again. All the authors royalties are contributed to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum’s Survivors and Victims Resource Center. (Per book that is $6.73 for each paperback, or $5.52 for each Kindle version.)