Spotlight on Karolina’s Twins by Ronald H. Balson



Title: Karolina’s Twins
Author: Ronald H. Balson
Publisher: St. Martin’s Press
Release Date: September 6, 2016
Genres:  Private Investigators, Suspense,
Historical Fiction



She made a promise in desperation
Now it’s time to keep it

Lena Woodward, elegant and poised, has lived
a comfortable life among Chicago Society since
she immigrated to the US and began a new life
at the end of World War II. But now something
has resurfaced that Lena cannot ignore: an
unfulfilled promise she made long ago
that can no longer stay buried.

Driven to renew the quest that still keeps
her awake at night, Lena enlists the help of
lawyer Catherine Lockhart and private investigator
Liam Taggart. Behind Lena’s stoic facade are
memories that will no longer be contained. She begins
to recount a tale, harkening back to her harrowing
past in Nazi-occupied Poland, of the bond she shared
with her childhood friend Karolina. Karolina was
vivacious and beautiful, athletic and charismatic, and
Lena has cherished the memory of their friendship
her whole life. But there is something about the story
that is unfinished, questions that must be answered
about what is true and what is not, and what Lena is
willing to risk to uncover the past. Has the real story
been hidden these many years? And if so, why?

Two girls, coming of age in a dangerous time,
bearers of secrets that only they could share.



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Readers who crave more books like Balson’s
Once We Were Brothers (2013) and Kristin
Hannah’s best-selling The Nightingale (2015)
will be enthralled by Karolina’s Twins.


About the Author

ronald-h-balsonRonald H. Balson is a Chicago trial attorney, an educator, and writer. His practice has taken him to several international venues. He is also the author of Saving Sophie and the international bestseller Once We Were Brothers.

Praise for Ronald H. Balson

“A new look at an old story…will stay with you long after you have finished it.” –The Huffington Post on Once We Were Brothers

“Uplifting and moving, intelligently written…an unusual insight into human character.” –Library Journal, starred review on Once We Were Brothers

“A page-turning read filled with despair and anger but with hope, love, and humanity at its core.” –Jewish Book Council on Saving Sophie

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Secrets, friendships, survival, and the Holocaust are
woven together in Ronald H. Balson’s haunting
Karolina’s Twins. —Family Circle