In the Spotlight

Investigative Reporters and Editors (IRE) -- 2019 book award finalist

Hunting the Last Nazi Murderers Among Us

Los Angeles Review of Books

Hunting the Last Nazi Murderers Among Us

The National WWII Museum - New Orleans

Speaking Event Recap

The Gainesville Sun

Book review of ‘Citizen 865: The Hunt for Hitler’s Hidden Soldiers in America’

The Washington Post

Hunting down Nazi war criminals in the United States


Washington Independent

Review of Books

Citizen 865: The Hunt for Hitler’s Hidden Soldiers in America 


Literary Hub

Bringing Hitler's Hidden Army to Justice

Washington Examiner

The Virtue of Vengeance


TIME Magazine

The Man Who Dies Pursuing Nazi Criminals More Than Four Decades After WWII Ended

The Forward

On the Trail of Nazis and Nazi Hunters in America


The Washington Post Magazine

How a team of prosecutors and historians uncovered the details behind an SS training camp in occupied Poland — and exposed Nazi collaborators hiding in plain sight in America.


The Charlotte Observer

Former Observer Reporter Details Hunt for Nazis in America in Gripping New Book


The Federalist

Debbie Cenziper’s recent book, 'Citizen 865,' recounts the valiant efforts of American prosecutors who pursued justice for Holocaust victims for decades after the end of World War II.

National Jewish Book Council

'The Pursuit of Truth': Bringing Nazi Collaborators to Justice

The Times of Israel

How historians led a campaign to hunt down, deport Nazi killers living in the US

Book Q&As with Deborah Kalb

Q&A With Debbie Cenziper

C-SPAN at the Illinois Holocaust Museum




"Investigative journalist Cenziper (Love Wins) details American efforts to bring Nazi collaborators to justice in this gripping narrative."

The BookList Reader

Best New Book: Week of November 12, 2019

Booklist on Love Wins

"This book would make a great movie, and in the meantime, it is an excellent choice for book groups looking for exciting nonfiction." 

-Brian kenney

Unitarian Universalist Assocation 

"Love Wins is a story about ordinary people who stepped out of their private lives to tell the world that they mattered...More than anything, it is a story about the extraordinary power of love." 

Oprah Magazine 

"60 Must-Read Books of the Summer: Love Wins

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Jewish Exponent

Book Review | ‘Citizen 865’ Chronicles the Search for Hiding Nazis

Sun Sentinel

Authors to address anti-Semitism, Holocaust at Miami Book Fair

The Miami Herald on Love Wins

"Making the case for same-sex marriage" 


Charlotte Observer

"'Love Wins:' Deeply reported, vividly detailed, utterly humane" 

Publisher's Weekly 

Love Wins review 


Hitler’s Hidden Soldiers in America: Q+A with Journalist Debbie Cenziper

Family Equality Council

Author in the Spotlight: Debbie Cenziper 


Kirkus Review on Love Wins

"The authors ably create the suspense of anticipation and winnow the legal issues for lay readers...Uplifting, well-written story of personal courage and political empowerment."

The Washington Post 

"Bring the tissues for this powerful tale of the triumph of marriage equality" 


Northwestern University 

Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative reporter Debbie Cenziper to join Medill faculty


Publisher's Weekly

Citizen 865 featured in "The Liberation of Auschwitz At 75: Forthcoming books preserve firsthand accounts of Nazi concentration camps"

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