Praise for The List
"An elegantly written and evocative story of Holocaust survivors . . . Inspiring."
"Should be required reading."
"A touching story that brings a little-known aspect of Jewish history to life." —Booklist
“Will haunt and inspire you long after you turn the final page.”
--Daniel Silva, author of Portrait of a Spy
“Extraordinary – both spellbinding and heartbreaking, with brilliantly rendered characters and a breathtaking conclusion.”
--Andrea Mitchell, NBC News
“Extraordinary – a page turning thriller that pulls you in and won’t let go.”Praise for Martin Fletcher’s Previous Books
--Jonathan Wilson, author of A Palestine Affair
“Martin Fletcher is more than the consummate journalist. He is a master storyteller."
--David Gregory, Moderator, "Meet the Press,” on Walking Israel
“A page-turner and a marvelous read.”
--Connie Chung on Breaking News
"Fletcher's intense tale reads more like a thriller than a memoir."
--Entertainment Weekly (A- review) on Breaking News
“For decades Martin Fletcher has been the gold standard of television war correspondents, and his new book is a real-life, cross-continent adventure story.... It’s a great and moving read.”
--Anderson Cooper on Breaking News
THE LIST by Martin FletcherKirkus Book Reviews
Read the Kirkus Review of THE LIST . Having fled the Nazis, a young Austrian couple in 1945 London discovers that for Jews like them, the war did not end with VE Day. While they desperately seek word on the possible survival or whereabouts of family members sent to concentration camps, petitions are being signed by anti-Semitics in their neighborhood of Hampstead to "send the aliens home"--ostensibly to clear space and jobs for returning British soldiers.
- Kirkus Reviews