Gratitude

A Novel

Joseph Kertes

Thomas Dunne Books

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March 1944: War’s darkest period descends upon Hungary’s Jews. By the time it ends in January 1945, over half a million Jews will have been murdered. Gratitude tells the story of that period, through the eyes of the wealthy Beck family, whose lives and loves are saved and lost. At the center of it all is Paul Beck, a young lawyer whose chance meeting with a visiting Swede, Raoul Wallenberg, may alter the inevitability of the Jews’ fate. Like The Garden of the Finzi-Continis, Gratitude captures forever the pain and passion of one’s family precious moment in time.

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Joseph Kertes

JOSEPH KERTES was born in Hungary but escaped with his family to Canada after the revolution of 1956. The founder of Humber College’s distinguished creative writing and comedy programs, he is currently Humber’s dean of creative and performing arts.

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Gratitude
A Novel
Joseph Kertes

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St. Martin's Press
Thomas Dunne Books
October 2009
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ISBN: 9781429968690
ISBN10: 1429968699
6 1/8 x 9 1/4 inches, 512 pages
$7.99
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