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Author: Robert Marcum
Publisher: American Fork, Utah : Covenant Communications, [2002] ©2002
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"As the end of the Second World War nears, the Western nations breathe a collective sigh of relief as many of their soldiers rush back to anxious families and friends. They are safe. They are home. But for Hannah Gruen, a young Jewish woman in post-war Germany, threats still abound in many forms. Rescued from the horrors of a concentration camp, she finds that she has no family left, and that her home has long since  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Religious fiction
Historical fiction
Fiction
Mormon fiction
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Marcum
ISBN: 1591560675 9781591560678
OCLC Number: 50132297
Description: 437 pages ; 24 cm.
Responsibility: Robert Marcum.

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"As the end of the Second World War nears, the Western nations breathe a collective sigh of relief as many of their soldiers rush back to anxious families and friends. They are safe. They are home. But for Hannah Gruen, a young Jewish woman in post-war Germany, threats still abound in many forms. Rescued from the horrors of a concentration camp, she finds that she has no family left, and that her home has long since been destroyed. Ephraim Daniels, an LDS American pilot, is initially drawn to Hannah by his need to help her survive. Through his visits and assistance, Hannah's desire for life and her longing to know God are rekindled. As she regains her health and her fighting spirit, Ephraim realizes that his feelings for Hannah are changing from those of concern to affection. But soon Hannah finds herself in a battle for her life and the lives of countless others, as she seeks to provide safe passage to the home of which Hannah dreams, the home where she will find safety and freedom--in faraway Palestine, the ancient and future Israel." -- Amazon.com.

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