Dr. Julius

Michelle Mazel’s historical novel takes us across Europe in the tumultuous era of wars that twice tear the continent apart.

January 1, 2019 09:20
4 minute read.
'Julius Matthias: A Pact with the Devil' by Michelle Mazel

'Julius Matthias: A Pact with the Devil' by Michelle Mazel. (photo credit: Courtesy)


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Michelle Mazel’s latest novel could be described as a historical romance, except that romance – or true love – is exactly what is missing in the life of the eponymous hero, Julius Matthias. The story takes us from life in a small Transylvanian town at the start of the 20th century and across European capitals and cities at a time of uneasy quiet and of war. The lives of the Jews, whether rich or poor, are never really lived in peace, we discover.


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