Ghost Waltz

Ghost Waltz

A woman comes to terms with her family’s dark Nazi past in this memoir from the author of Nine and a Half Weeks—A moving and profound exploration of the legacy of war and hate on an individual life.

Born in Austria at the height of Word War II, Ingeborg Day grew up knowing little about the early years of her life. When she came to America in 1957 as an exchange student, she heard for the first time references to Hitler, Nazis, and the Holocaust, topics that were… (more)

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A raw, troubling inquiry into the deep roots of hatred and the physical and moral starvation that made war inevitable.


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Publisher: Harper Perennial (June 24, 2014)

Language: English


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