Berlin, 1961 Karin Duftblatt walks the streets of Berlin on a secret mission. She is weary and tired, much like the city she inhabits, a city that still carries the ravages of the war two decades earlier. Even so, her new name and identity can not conceal the blonde hair and blue eyes of the beautiful young girl she once was. She is pursued by Gustav, an evil man, who was once in love with her. Her father remains a captive in a dark cell, with little hope for freedom. And she herself feels imprisoned, her life a secret in a city of secrets.
Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 500 Vendor: Tyndale House Publication Date: 2006 Dimensions: 8.25 X 5.5 (inches)
The second book in the Secret of the Rose series by Michael Phillips is now available in this beautiful repackage. The gripping story of a Prussian family's struggles following World War II, this book finds Sabina continuing her relentless search for her father with the help of the Jewish underground while desperately trying to remain hidden from the man she almost married. Strong Christian content is the cornerstone of this series and is sure to continue to delight historical fiction fans.