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Faked Holocaust memoir: Den of lies

In 1997, Jane Daniel published a sensational memoir about a young girl fleeing the Nazis and living with wolves. Ever since, she's been trying to prove it's a fraud.

By David Mehegan
Globe Staff / March 1, 2008

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GLOUCESTER - Seldom has a publisher set out to prove that her own book is a hoax. But that is what happened with the memoir of Misha Defonseca, a heartwarming Holocaust-era tale that has turned out to be a fake. The publisher, Jane Daniel, said she disregarded warnings about the book in its early stages but later - after losing ... (Full article: 1408 words)

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