Available October 2020
“Illuminating . . . “
–Lynn H. Nicholas, world’s leading researcher on Art pilfered during WWII and author of The Rape Of Europa
Sylvie Rosenberg was once the aristocratic daughter of a prominent Dutch art dealer, until the Nazi invasion of Holland changed everything. Forced to part with his astonishing collection of masterpieces, her father managed to trade a Rembrandt for the lives of twenty-five family members, including Sylvie.
About the Author
Janet Lee Berg
Janet Lee Berg, journalist, is the author of two stand alone novels, titled Rembrandt’s Shadow and Restitution, both loosely based on stunning true life events of her family during the Holocaust. She is also the author of one-act play Airsick, a comedy, which was performed at the Authors Playhouse in Bay Shore, New York, where it was well received. Janet Berg’s work has been featured in Dan’s Papers, The East Hampton Star, The Independent, The Montauk Quarterly, Newsday, The Southamtpon Press, and Post & Courier (S.C.), and was interviewed on WHTV Television show.
Janet Lee Berg
In the Press
“‘Kitti the Cargo Ship’ children’s book released” by the Cayman Compass
The Post & Courier: “Trading art for lives: Author Janet Lee Berg delves into human dimension of Nazi obsession with masterworks”
1 of 25 Radio Shows Nationwide “Rembrandt’s Shadow-Unlimited Options for Aging” Interview by Voice America
Heather Dune Macadam, author of Rena’s Promise: A Story of Sisters in Auschwitz
Lynn H. Nicholas, world’s leading researcher on Art pilfered during WWII and author of The Rape Of Europa
Anne-Marie O’Connor, award-winning author of The Lady in Gold, The Extraordinary Tale of Gustav Klimt’s Masterpiece, Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer
Fern Michaels, #1 New York Times Best Selling Author