Dean Cycon's new book, Finding Home, tells the story of a group of Holocaust survivors who return to their hometown of Laszlo, Hungary, only to find that many of their homes have been sold or repurposed, making it harder for them to rebuild their lives.
But Cycon, an author who has lived and worked in more than 60 countries, is dedicating all royalties from the sale of his book to supporting elderly Holocaust survivors.
The Athol Public Library will have copies of the book available for purchase at an event on Sept.
7 at 6:30pm.
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