Ellen Umansky

New York Times, Slate and Salon; Author of “The Fortunate Ones"

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Writer who has contributed to the New York Times, Slate and Salon; Author of “The Fortunate Ones” 

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The new novel “The Fortunate Ones” revolves around a piece of Nazi-looted art as it goes from Vienna to Los Angeles, where it disappears again.

Novel about Nazi looted art reveals link between Vienna, LA and the Holocaust

The new novel “The Fortunate Ones” revolves around a piece of Nazi-looted art as it goes from Vienna to Los Angeles, where it disappears again.

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