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An octogenarian bookseller living alone in London has found a description of his father, as a young doctor in 1920s Breslau, in a story about Weimar Germany.
A gripping novel of adventure, renunciation, redemption, and ultimate victory. No reader will fail to be touched by its inspiring and miraculous climax.
On the edge of a village near Seville, southern Spain, at the end of a dusty road running through fields of sunflowers and olive trees, is a house which is home to a community of people.
A powerful, beautifully written novel of loss, finding and being found, set in a very traumatic time in European history--the Protestant Reformation
It's World War II, and Misha's family, like the rest of the Jews living in Warsaw, has been moved by the Nazis into a single crowded ghetto. Age 14 Upwards
These three novellas from the acclaimed German writer Gertrud von le Fort, newly translated for the first time into English for this volume, are from her later works of historical fiction, in which she displays her mastery as a dramatist of ideas.