Books by Helen Fremont

AFTER LONG SILENCE by Helen Fremont
NON-FICTION
Released: Feb. 12, 1999

"But Fremont is an immensely gifted writer who has vividly reconstructed a sensitive and memorable family saga of terror, hiding, and passing, as well as of personal imperatives over two generations around both casting off and confronting the past. (Author tour; radio satellite tour)"
A deeply moving family memoir largely about the author's parents, Holocaust survivors who, like Madeleine Albright's parents, passed as European refugees to America and brought up their children as largely unpracticing Christians—Catholics, in this case. Read full book review >