They Sang Louder

They Sang Louder is a Holocaust story viewed through the experiences of a young German Lutheran and his father who were both sentenced to the camps. This is a story of life, death, love and survival in a nation gone mad focused on two things; power and the annihilation of an entire race of people. More

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About Richard Griffin

Richard is a former member of the Irish fraternal organization Ancient Order of Hibernians (AOH). He attended St Marys Elementary and Calvert Hall High School in Baltimore. He received a Bachelor of Arts and Sciences from Towson University and a Masters in Applied Behavioral Science from Johns Hopkins University. Print copies of his books are available on Amazon.

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