Just my type: William Ryan
"I’d be spoiling the story if I gave too much away but ..."
What was the greatest challenge in the writing of your new novel The Constant Soldier?
The Constant Soldier is based on the Karl Hoecker album – a collection of photographs, many of which depict the living conditions of officers who ran the Auschwitz concentration camp complex. The photographs were taken from 1944-45, a time most Germans knew the war was lost and the SS men and women portrayed, who worked at Auschwitz, must...
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