An Excerpt for Once We Were Brothers by Ronald Balson

by Rachel Baker on October 20, 2013

Old Musty Books has an excerpt (the first three chapters) of the recently published book Once We Were Brothers by Ronald Balson.

A few years ago, Balson was hired by his Chicago law firm to represent it in a case centered in southern Poland, the location of his book. For the next four years, he made multiple trips back and forth, and while there, he interviewed witnesses, studied documents and came to know more about the town of Zamosc. He learned that, during the World War II years, the Polish culture and country were destroyed and “sadness still pervades” there.

Balson started his own publishing company, Berwick Court, in order to self-publish his book, and as word of mouth spread, Once We Were Brothers became a runaway bestseller. St. Martin’s Press Griffin will now be publishing the trade paperback edition this October 2013.

http://www.oldmustybooks.com/authors/an-excerpt-ronald-h-balsons-we-were-brothers/

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