Grandpa, what did you do in World War II?
Albert Stohl is an old man with a hidden past. He was at Auschwitz. But, not as an inmate. Now he has to tell his story to his daughter and grandchildren. What will they think? How will he explain what he did and why? Will they ever see him the same way again?
If you’ve ever said to yourself “I couldn’t have been a perpetrator of the Holocaust,” you need to read this book. And then ask yourself… what would YOU do?
Well researched and technically detailed, the book takes you behind-the-scenes and into the machinery of Auschwitz and other Nazi death camps, as told from the viewpoint of an engineer. A classic historical fiction tale of an ordinary person in extraordinary circumstances.
About The Author
Roger Collins is a software engineer living near Bodega Bay, California. An avid reader of history, Melting Point is his first published work.