|Hungarian Holocaust survivor Eva Friedlander escaped the Nazis by using her wit and resolve. After settling in America, she achieved her lifetime goal and became a successful art consultant and antique dealer. Eva studied in Rome at the Accademia di Belle Arte. She frequently shares her experiences about surviving both the war and her husband’s 45-year affair with audiences who urged her to write a book. Eva also loves to cook Hungarian food. See her favorite Hungarian recipies.
See Eva's antiques and saleable artwork at edfdesigns.com
||Co-author Mickey Goodman is an award-winning writer with more than 500 bylined articles in national and regional publications like Thomson-Reuters, People Magazine, Southern Living, Canadian Architecture & Design, Holmes, Atlanta Magazine and others. She also contributed to an anthology, “Loss is Inevitable, Grief is Natural, Healing is Gradual.” Mickey has a degree in English and Journalism from Tulane University.
Read more about Mickey Goodman's work at mickeygoodman.com