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This is their story (2), n January 1943 (2), from FG's library book club (2), WWII. jewism (2), Borrowed from Marie Ewing (2), father's suicide (2), jewish (2), Taita (2), Pulitzer prize winner (2), chef (2), True story (2), cemetery (2), NYC (2), Italy (2), Ohio (2), Seattle (2), Amsterdam (2), photographer (2), Given to me by Maureen (2), Bobby (2), Rose (2), stories (2), racism (2), resistance (2), orphan (2), WWll (2), courage (2), africa (2), humor (2), opera (2), friends (2), defiance (2), lions (2), artists (2), medicine (2), poor (2), Jewish (2), war (2), autism (2), sisters (2), affairs (2), rape (2), Jews (2), doctor (2), tradition (2), rehab (2), coming of age (2), journalist (2), newspaper (2), South Africa (2), ancient Egypt (2), high seas (2), France (2), The author recalls her life growing up in a dysfunctional family with an alcoholic father and distant mother (1), Set in 1850's Afghanistan (1), and moving from there to India and London (1), Linda Holeman's second novel is an epic story of one woman's escape from persecution and search for a better life (1), Hollywood (1), revenge (1), Everyone warned Kobie Kruger that being the wife of a game warden at a remote ranger station in South Africa's largest national park would be an arduous move. Heat (1), murder mystery (1), France .1560 and modern parallell (1), malaria and man-eating wild animals would be constant companions. (1), A young boy in New York City (1), Jamie Pyke son of the master of Tall Oaks plantation and his kitchen slave (1), is passing as a wealthy white aristocrat in Philadelphia. His secret identity is threatened (1), a Vietnamese-American art curator returns to her ancestral country (1), Kate and daughter Sophie with Lukemia (1), non-fiction (1), autobiography of Bruce Springsteen (1), A group of young suburban parents (1), including a stay-at-home dad (1), a former feminist (1), and an over-structured mom (1), finds its sleepy existence shattered when a convicted child molester moves back into town (1), Lizzie and Frances (1), Nigerian beach (1), Bristish rule (1), identical twins nearing forty (1), Searching for answers about her dissident father's disappearance (1), have hardly marked a parallel progress together through life. 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(1), father survivorlist (1), plot to send Hannah to Elephant sanctuary (1), This charming (1), timeless classic about a family of five setting out on their annual seaside vacation is “the most uplifting (1), life-affirming novel I can think of...the beautiful dignity to be found in everyday living has rarely been captured more delicately” (1), A thrilling novel of love (1), based on the incredible true story of Elizabeth Bentley (1), a Cold War double agent spying for the Russians and the United States (1), borrow from library maybe? (1), WWii From the author of Paris Never Leaves You (1), Ellen Feldman's The Living and the Lost is a gripping story of a young German Jewish woman who returns to Allied Occupied Berlin from America to face the past and unexpected future (1), Pulitzer prize winner- borrowed from Maureen (1), "between life and death there is a library (1), love (1), A deeply moving and masterfully written story of human resilience and enduring love (1), A tale set in Vivaldi's decadent Venice in the eighteenth century finds elite Ospedale della Piet�a musician Anna Maria dal Violin embarking on a quest of self-discovery in Venetian society and the Jewish Ghetto. (1), In 1766 (1), a ship docks at Bristol (1), disgorging a crate with two young elephants in poor health (1), but alive. A wealthy sugar merchant purchases them for his country estate and turns their care over to a young stable boy (1), Tom Page We (1), academy for nazi youth (1), - recommended by Francine-In an enthralling new historical novel from national bestselling author Kate Quinn (1), The Plum Tree follows a young German woman through the chaos of World War II and its aftermath. (1), Goodreads fav book winner 2020. regrets (1), marsh girl (1), From the author of the #1 New York Times bestselling Little Bee (1), a spellbinding novel about three unforgettable individuals thrown together by war (1), and their search for belonging in the ever-changing landscape of WWII London. It's 1939 (1), miraculously survives an accident that takes the life of his mother. Alone and abandoned by his father. His life and the life of a little painting (1), Death and Hope in a Mumbai undercity (1), book's name comes from a billboard leading into the airport where slum is located. (1), Letters and journals reveal the struggles (1), and triumphs of five members of a village choir during World War II as they band together to survive the upheavals of war and village intrigue on the English home front (1), Ella Turner and Isabella Tournier (1), humor great characters (1), German orphans (1), choices (1), loyalty (1), homelessness (1), langauge (1), Quakers (1), ranch life (1), jews (1), Berlin (1), human rights (1), about books (1), terrorists (1), family disfunction (1), lobster fishing (1), deceptions (1), old dog (1), Eileen (1), familyl (1), doctors (1), training (1), Shakespeare (1), forgery (1), Hungary (1), American dream (1), bonds (1), surgeons (1), African culture (1), leader (1), physical abuse (1), kenya (1), Ethiopia (1), Tanzania (1), Isaac (1), Guernsey (1), hostages (1), radios (1), Okonkwo (1), southern charm (1), George Adamson (1), Cinque Terre (1), independance (1), Lithuania (1), prisoner (1), Zambia (1), Zoo (1), Richard Burton (1), blind Marie -Laure (1), teenage girl. crazy mother (1), black woman. ontario (1), adandoned little girl. borrowed from library. 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