Local Woman Writes about the Holocaust: The Red Cross chose to believe that things were OK when they assessed Terezin, this WWII Holocaust camp, a step on the way to Auschwitz. The Germans built store fronts just for the Red Cross visit and then tore them down afterwards. Terezin housed 50,000 prisoners, whereas, it was built to hold 7,000. --Barbara Derksen, Freelance writer for the Cherokee Daily Times
About the Author
Kay Rutherford, Ph.D. is a psychotherapist who writes Jerry's holocaust survival story. Kay and Jerry spend many hours together writing about the aftermath of such a horrendous survival trauma and Rutherford describes the pschological and physical trauma results of living in the camps. Rutherford has written two other books, Sweet Stew: An Alaskan Tale, about living in the bush country of Alaska and raising her two babies among the wolves, sea lions, brown bear, caribou and gray whales and a book about kidisms, the funny things kids say, entitled And, I Don't Mean Christmas! Rutherford writes about realism. Her upcoming book is Fooled: A Story of Infidelity which tells of the abuse and trauma of betrayal. Rutherford can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. She will autograph your books for you.