Review: LOST AND FOUND by Jeff LaFerney
Author Jeff LaFerney heads in a new direction with this tale of World War II and it's consequences even seventy years in the future. It's common "knowledge" of the Nazi plundering of art, artifacts, treasures, and gold. In this story, Jewish heritage is preserved by a furniture-maker, and shipped to Cuba and then the U.S, with his son, newly released from the horrendous concentration camp, Dachau. War, emigration, and fear, have a way of both altering memory and interfering with information transmission, so not unexpectedly this heritage remains forgotten until the present day.
Mr. LaFerney weaves a mighty tale, heartwrenching and horrifying, yet heartwarming and enlightening. I'm anticipating his next direction.