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The Auschwitz Protocols - No. 2 Transport by Documents - Germany - In memory of the 70th anniversary of the end of World War Two, what better and fitting example than The Auschwitz Protocols? This report, prepared by a Polish medical student who escaped from Auschwitz in 1943, details the life and death in the most infamous of the Nazi death camps.This should be compulsive reading for the idiots who still hold that the Holocaust didn't happen!
Clifford Thurlow was described in The Sunday Telegraph as one of Britain's top ghostwriters and has been responsible for works with Carol White, John le Mesurier, and Afdera Fonda, to name a few. His iconoclastic Sex, Surrealism, Dali and Me with Dali aide Carlos Lozano became a best-seller in Spain; the book is now in its fifth edition and film rights are with Hollywood-based Fate Productions. His work, Fatwa, the story of Jacky Trevane's escape from Egypt and the death threat that had haunted her ever since, appeared with Hodder Headline in January 2004. All Things Considered was his first novel. Thurlow is noted for creating novelised-style true-life memoirs. Recent books are Today I'm Alice (Sidgwick & Jackson, 2009) the story of Multiple Personality Disorder survivor Alice Jamieson, a Sunday Times Top Ten best-seller; and two books set in Iraq with former infantry captain turned mercenary James Ashcroft, Escape From Baghdad (Virgin, 2009), the rescue of Ashcroft's former Iraqi interpreter and his family from Shia Death Squads; and Making A Killing (Virgin), 2006) on which Andy Martin wrote in The Daily Telegraph: "Ashcroft must have formed a good working alliance with ghostwriter Clifford Thurlow, because this diary of death and destruction radiates not just personality but that illusive, lyrical honesty the existentialists used to call authenticity."
Thurlow's Runaway (Simon & Schuster), 2013), Emily Mackenzie's story of life as a child prostitute in London's Soho in the early 1970s, spent 5 weeks in the Sunday Times Top Ten best-seller lists. Published in the wake of the Jimmy Savile (1926-2011) child abuse scandal, Runaway was seen as having made an important contribution to the debate on Britain's woefully lacking child care system. The Carol White Story originally appeared in book form in 1982, but is now out of print. Our eBook version was updated by Clifford in 2004 and is only available here.