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Rebecca Bryn lives in West Wales with her husband, where she paints the fabulous Pembrokeshire coast in watercolours and writes historical, mystery, and fantasy tales with a twist.

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Rebecca Bryn

Auschwitz May 1944, and a transport of Hungarian Jews has arrived. Children, the elderly, and the infirm will be taken straight to the gas chambers. The young who can be put to work will survive for a while. It is typical of the capricious Nazi mentality that there are hospitals in a death camp, but not all camp doctors are evil, and one is determined to save his patients from the gas chambers even at the risk of his own life. With the help of Miriam, a Jewish nurse, Chuck is forced to make terrible life or death decisions he must live with for the rest of his life. Seventy years later, his granddaughter, Charlotte, determines to uncover the secrets her grandfather has hidden.

Touching the Wire

Rebecca Bryn

Auschwitz1944: A Jewish nurse steps from a cattle wagon into the heart of a young doctor, but can he save her?

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