“Richard Cooper thought he was of Jewish and German blood. The death of his father brings a shocking past into his present life. The events force him to struggle with a personal history that is too terrible to comprehend. Alan Clegg’s “Where birds don’t sing” brings to life what happened during the last months of the Holocaust and delivers it powerfully into today’s consciousness.”
“A novel that deals with the other side of death camp Auschwitz. What did the perpetrators of the killing believe they were doing? How did a Jewish refugee lawyer-come-soldier deal with the terrible truth about his family? Alan Clegg provides the answers in the most graphic and compelling detail.”
Alan Clegg writes “faction” - a heady mixture of fact and fiction.