When a son begins to question his parents’ judgement and decisions after World War II, he is overwhelmed by what he finds. To survive dictators you need to keep secrets even if this means deliberately disinforming your family. Paul and Natalie keep their family safe by doing so. But should secrets be kept for ever? Can secrets destroy as well as save this family? One secret greater than any other is uncovered only when the author begins to write his story. This is a powerful account of a son retrieving his past to safeguard the future.
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