Henrietta Ackerland, who entrusted her son, Willie, to a friend who was fleeing Nazi Germany to Israel, longed for the day in which she and her son would be reunited. Private investigator Adam Lapid begins the search and soon realizes that his hunt to unite mother and child is more than a missing person's case and that the investigator soon turns into the one hunted. “Ten Years Gone,” by author Jonathan Dunsky, is an emotional mystery novel full of riveting characters, twists you won't see coming, and heart-wrenching moments. It is the next book selection of Midbar Kodesh Temple’s book club, meeting at the synagogue on Sunday, June 3 at 10:00 a.m.
Dunsky, is the author of three crime novels, including "The Dead Sister," and "The Auschwitz Violinist." The mysteries takes place in the early days of the State of Israel and features private investigator Adam Lapid, a Holocaust survivor and former soldier and Nazi hunter.
Dunsky has also published a number of short stories, in various genres. Born in Israel, he served for four years in the Israeli Army. After his military service, he worked as a team leader in various high-tech firms, ran his own Search Engine Optimization business, and lectured in the Faculty of Business Management in Tel Aviv University. Dunsky holds a degree in computer sciences and business. He's lived for several years in Europe and currently resides in Israel with his wife and two sons.