Teddy Goldstein


After Oxford, Teddy Goldstein's fascination with the written word was never far from the surface. His career was largely spent in areas where he could express his creativity - educational publishing, creating training programmes, scripting and directing industrial films. But it was not until later in his life that he really found his voice. In his late sixties he took a series of courses at Skyros and Birkbeck College, London. He then went on to do a degree in Creative Writing at Middlesex University where he won a short story prize as a part of the annual literary festival. As a result he gained enough confidence to start 'writing through the skin.' It was then that he found himself returning again and again to subjects which had troubled him all his life - the random injustice and irony of the Holocaust. The greed of the Nazis. But it was not until 2010 when he heard Marcel Ladenheim's poignant story of sacrifice and rescue that he was inspired to write this book.


Toxic Distortions
Price: $1.00 USD. Words: 54,110. Language: English. Published: December 13, 2010. Categories: Fiction » Mystery & detective » Historical, Fiction » Historical » General
WINNER OF THE 2012 USA BEST BOOK AWARD FOR HISTORICAL FICTION IN THE E-BOOK CATEGORY It is 1965. Dr Michael Turner knows only that he was saved from death by his aunt at the age of three and hidden during the war. He learns that the aunt who had saved him, was injected with toxins by SS doctors. But she is still alive. Can he wreak revenge without compromising his Hippocratic Oath?

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