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KEENE - Paul Levy talks about his book FINDING PHIL: LOST IN WAR AND SILENCE

Join us in welcoming Paul Levy to our store where he will ba talking about the book he wrote on his uncle, Finding Phil: Lost in War and Silence.

Paul Levy was a year old when his Uncle Phil was killed in World War II, and his family, like many, faced their grief with silence. Upon retirement, and seventy years after his uncle's death, he set out to discover what might still be found about Phil. At every step, research led to unexpected turns, and ultimately revealed a vivid portrait of Phil's life and, astoundingly, of his death. In the process, the author also gained insights into war, antisemitism, family silences, and heroism, and encountered intriguing and sometimes famous characters who had touched Phil's life.

Paul Levy and his wife, Elizabeth, are retired and live in Concord, New Hampshire. Paul had careers as a poverty lawyer, social worker, and professor of human services. Currently, he is active in social justice issues and is a frequent contributor to the Concord Monitor.

Event date: 
Sunday, October 23, 2016 - 2:00pm
Event address: 
12 Emerald St.
the corner of Main St. and Emerald St.
Keene, NH 03431
Finding Phil: Lost in War and Silence Cover Image
ISBN: 9780872332249
Availability: In Stock, Click Title for Location
Published: Bauhan Pub - July 5th, 2016

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