In this second collection of a three-book series, Frank Feldman writes vignettes, fables and poems centered around aspects of truth and untruth. The pieces are humorous, sharply satirical, and contemplative—always insightful and thought-provoking.
Mr. Feldman was born in Vienna, Austria, in 1926. After Hitler invaded Austria he went, as a young teen, to live with a maternal aunt and uncle in England. He completed his education in England and served as an intelligence officer in the British Army. Over 80 members of his family ultimately died in the Holocaust.
Mr. Feldman began his career in professional journalism as editor with Reuters news agency in London. After relocating in Germany he managed his own press agency, publishing over 9000 articles, essays, travelogues, short stories.
He writes from his home in Germany near the North Sea coast.