- Ruling against publisher stands
BOSTON (AP) — The publisher of a phony book about surviving the Holocaust is hoping to win reversal of a judgment against her in favor of the author.
Eleven years after the publication of her best-selling Holocaust memoir — a heartwarming tale of a small Jewish girl trekking across Europe and living with wolves — the Massachusetts author yesterday admitted the whole story was a hoax.
From Misha Defonseca’s flight from the Nazis to publication of her memoir, life has been a battle against the odds
Multiple damages result in total award of $22.5 million for holocaust survivor
Horror among humans, sanctuary with wolves
A Holocaust survivor speaks out after 50 years