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Joining us in the Audible Studios to talk about her book The Tattooist of Auschwitz is Australian writer Heather Morris. 

Whilst working as a social work administrator, Heather Morris studied and wrote screenplays. After meeting an elderly man called Lale Sokolov, Heather used his story as inspiration for a screenplay, which has now been published as a novel, The Tattooist of Auschwitz.  

Heather Morris talks to us about her book, the man who inspired it and what we can expect from her next. 

Listen to The Tattooist of Auschwitz here.
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Amazing, can't wait for Cilka, another hero.

I read this book while travelling through Europe, Berlin, Prague & Budepest at the same time as visiting all the places we should all visit .... to ensure we never forget....

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Great additional info

Great insight and additional information about her 2 books. Definitely listen to this after reading The Tattooist & Cilka’s Journey.