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No, sir. ” “Hmm. I’m not so sure. Makes for great party-talk. ” Elliot leaned forward and hit his palm with his fist. “I want to squelch it. Quickly. Permanently. ” Brian jotted a couple of notes. “Contact that fellow over at Regency, the investigation firm we used last year on the DuPage industrial park. ” “I think it’s very possible that Mr. Solomon has been tracking this Nazi and has determined that he resides in Chicago. ” Elliot pondered for a moment. “Yes. I also want you to find out whatever you can about Solomon.
But we all got along. The mystery of other cultures was something we were taught to respect. In those days, Zamość was about one-half Jewish. “We were also blessed geographically. The surrounding countryside was like an impressionist’s canvas with thick forests, clear rivers and rolling hills. Farmlands lay to the north and east. And in the middle, our pastel village. All in all, Zamość was an idyllic place to live. That was before the Germans decided we were a sub-species to be exterminated like a colony of ants.
He had lost his job as a woodcutter in the forests outside Zamość and he’d been evicted from the workers’ compound at the lumber company. He had no place to live and no money. Otto’s mother had abandoned them and run back to her family in Leipzig, Germany. ‘My son is freezing,’ Stanislaw said. ’ “There were newspapers stuffed in the soles of Otto’s shoes to keep out the snow. Stanislaw cursed his German wife who had run off. Even if he could find a job, what was he supposed to do with Otto? He’d been told that my father had helped some people get back on their feet.