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PS Books announces the publication of FEIG, a new novel by Richard D. Bank

March 20, 2014


From a prison cell at Terezin
to the Roundhouse in Philadelphia—Feig is
the compelling story of an Auschwitz survivor

David Gold has never done a daring thing in his life—until he meets Jacob Feig, a survivor of Auschwitz who stands accused of murder.

“In the end, Feig is really David Gold’s book. As he listens to the stories of survivors, he emerges from his safe isolation—and his insistence that they share their hardest, deepest secrets leads to a deeper connection to the world.”

—Simone Zelitch, author of Louisa and Assistant Chair of Literature
and Creative Writing, Community College of Philadelphia

Feig is a powerfully prophetic work that is terrifying and heartbreaking … The horror and the hatred of surviving the Holocaust bring readers into the deeper truths hidden in a world we would like to forget.”

—D.L. Wilson, author of Unholy Grail and Sirocco

“Piercing the often forbidding subject of the Holocaust with grace, humanity, and compassion … an engaging and beautifully written story of how one generation is inextricably linked to the next. His well-crafted plot and richly drawn characters imbue this tale with a sense of loss and possibility.”

—Ellie Slott Fisher, author of Mom, There’s a Man in the Kitchen
and He’s Wearing your Robe, and It’s Either Her or Me

Richard D. Bank, Esq., is the author of six books, including The Everything Guide to Writing Nonfiction (Adams Media, 2010). He is on the faculty at Rosemont College in the Graduate Publishing and MFA in Creative Writing programs. Feig is his first novel.

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