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

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