Mr. Siluk's book, Cold Kindness, could be considered the sequel to his previous book Perhaps it's Love, but going in the opposite direction. It is what makes it unique in its own way though. Most of us look for love and when it starts to vanish, try to hold onto it as long as possible; thus, likewise, Carmen tries, and so does her lover, Adam; but do they achieve this? The year is 1959-60, when the story takes place, in a small city called Dieburg, in West Germany.
The author has been to all locations mentioned in the story, for example: Dieburg, Augsburg, Darmstadt, Babenhausen, Garmisch, and Frankfurt Germany. Mr. Siluk boils the pot of truth, to suite the theme; we have fiction mixed with fact.
"Dennis is a prolific and passionate writer. He writes about his many life experiences and things he believes in." Matt James, Editor of the 'useless.knowledge,' magazine [1.2 million readership; 12/2004]
"You're a Master of the written word."... "I have just finished reading your volume 'Death on Demand,' and I have to say, you are a helluva author. I really, really like your work Dennis... ." Benjamin Szumskyj, editor of SSWFT-magazine out of Australia.