JSS BACH by Martin Goodman – SPOTLIGHT & Giveaway

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BACH

Martin Goodman’s novel, JSS BACH is the story of three generations of women from either side of Germany’s 20th Century horror story – one side, a Jewish family from Vienna, the other linked to a ranking Nazi official at Dachau concentration camp – who suffer the consequences of what men do. 
 
Fast forward to 1990s California, and two survivors from the families meet. 
Rosa is a young Australian musicologist; Otto is a world-famous composer and cellist. Music and history link them. 
 
A novel of music, the Holocaust, love, and a dog. 
 
Gordan’s writing is a wonderland, captivating and drawing the reader in to the presented world. Time becomes no object as a literary universe unfolds and carries the reader through eighty years, where emotions are real and raw and beautifully given.
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Martin Goodman has written eleven books, fiction and nonfiction. A theme common to much of his fiction is the exploration of war guilt: his first novel On Bended Knees (Macmillan), set in England and Berlin, examined how the effects of war are passed from one generation to the next, and was shortlisted for the Whitbread (now the Costa) First Novel Award.
We’re lucky to have one digital copy to giveaway. Just tell us who your favorite classical composer is. Mine is Rachmaninoff. We’ll announce a winner soon. Good luck.
GIVEAWAY: USA only please.
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20 thoughts on “JSS BACH by Martin Goodman – SPOTLIGHT & Giveaway

  1. Bolero by Ravel (French) and Scheherazade by Rimsky-Korsakov (Russian). Cindy, I am so intrigued and drawn to WWII history. This book sounds terrific. Thank you for this chance.

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  2. The author and his meaningful novels sound captivating and profound. I will be looking up the books as they interest me greatly. A composer whose work is wonderful is Dvorak.

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  3. Sounds like a great story. A lot of good historical wartime and later novels out lately. My favorite classical composer is Mozart.

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