House of Love is in a very real sense the sequel to House of Dolls, the five million copy bestseller which has been translated into 15 languages.
To those who survived the ovens and starvation of Auschwitz, deliverance and the outside world were no lesser tortures. Locked within himself, Harry Preleshmik can find no peace from his memories nor comform from reality. He makes a harrowing journey to Israel only to find the land torn by internal tensions and hostilities between Israeli Arabs and Jews. But here he also find rebirth through the love of a girl. Together they join in a mutual effort to overcome the turmoil, hatred, and fear which surrounds and envelops him.