Publisher:HarperCollins Publishers (Australia) Pty Ltd
A miniature classic and international bestseller. 'powerful and illuminating' - Diane Armstrong, author of The Voyage of Their Life At the heart of this haunting novel lies one of humanity's enduring mysteries: what causes a good person to do to evil things? Told entirely in letters, it is the story of a Jewish man in San Francisco, and his German friend, who returns to Germany during the years of Hitler's rise to power. The two have run a small art gallery together and been close friends. But under the influence of Nazism, the German comes to commit an unforgivable betrayal of his Jewish friend's trust. His former friend exacts an ingenious and deadly revenge. When it was first published by Story magazine in 1938, Address Unknown caused a sensation and the subsequent Simon & Schuster edition became an instant bestseller. Republished in the US in 1995, the book was immediately recognised as a classic and went on to have a new life in the UK and France, where it became a bestseller.
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