The Order: A book review — When Jew-hatred is a character in a thriller

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  1. I was nine years old at summercamp and I fell from the rafters and broke my arm. The camp took me to the local hospital staffed by nuns, cruxifixes on the walls, including over my head. They wouldn’t notify my parents until the next day. I was terrified the whole time because my father had told me Chrisians blamed Jews for the murder of Jesus. I tried to be very good and very quiet. That’s how it was to grow up Jewish.

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