The Legacy Of Her Life

Author Interview
Edwin J. Kitchen Author Interview

Faces of Evil a Memoir divulges the life of a young girl who is torn between two evils and is forced to choose one. Why was this an important book for you to write?

I wrote the book as a tribute to my Mom’s tragic yet triumphant life. It was important to leave the legacy of her life for the world to understand.

Was there anything that surprised you during your research for this book?

I think what surprised me was although I knew the details of my Mom’s life, when I actually wrote about it how emotional I became reliving it.

What was your favorite part to write about in this book?

My favorite part was an overall feeling of ultimate triumph for my Mom.

What kind of research did you undertake to ensure the book was accurate?

My research was extensive. I have read many books on the era and include a selective bibliography at the end of the book.

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Stunning True Story of a girl’s survival during the most horrific and apocalyptic periods in history. Based on a memoir a German girl is torn between two evil regimes: Stalin and Hitler during the 1930’s and 40’s. She must choose one to survive. She chose survival.
Relive the experience through her eyes in a tragic, yet triumphant first hand account.

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