The Girl in the Stone Coffin
Daniel, a young artist in the throes of a passionate affair with a Jewish Hungarian girl while riding the roller-coaster of manic depression, is disturbed by a recurring dream about a child in a medieval coffin. When the girl tells him how she became separated from her mother during the Holocaust, he is drawn back in time to a terrible winter in
the Budapest ghetto in 1944 and a bizarre secret locked inside an abandoned home.
Set in the 1960s counter-culture, this is the story of sexual obsession that harks back to the plight of the Hungarian Jews in the final months of the Second World War, and
the medieval belief in Jewish witchcraft and sorcery that existed centuries earlier.
Published: 30 September 2016
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