A Song for Her Enemies
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A Song for Her Enemies  -     By: Sherri Stewart
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In this inspiring story of love and hope, Tamar---a Jewish opera singer---and Dr. Daniel Feldman join the Dutch Resistance. Eventually forced into hiding, they're aided by violinist Neelie Visser. But when Tamar spurns a Nazi officer's advances, he retaliates by turning in the trio, sending them off to a concentration camp. Will they survive? 296 pages, softcover from New Hope.

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Title: A Song for Her Enemies
By: Sherri Stewart
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 304
Vendor: Heritage Beacon Press
Publication Date: 2021
Dimensions: 9 X 6 X 0.7 (inches)
Weight: 14 ounces
ISBN: 1645262839
ISBN-13: 9781645262831
Stock No: WW262831

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She has the voice of an angel. But the devil is listening.  

After Nazi soldiers close the opera and destroy Tamar Kaplan’s dream of becoming a professional singer, she joins the Dutch Resistance, her fair coloring concealing her Jewish heritage. Tamar partners with Dr. Daniel Feldman, and they risk their lives to help escaping refugees. When they are forced to flee themselves, violinist Neelie Visser takes them into hiding.   

Tamar’s love for Daniel flowers in hardship, but she struggles with the paradox that a loving God would allow the atrocities around her. When Tamar resists the advances of a Third Reich officer, he exacts his revenge by betraying the secrets hidden behind the walls of Neelie’s house. From a prison hospital to a Nazi celebration to a concentration camp, will the three of them survive to tell the world the secrets behind barbed wire?   


A Song for Her Enemies is the story of a talented young opera singer and the bittersweet love that grows amid the tyranny and fear of World War II. Set against the backdrop of neighbors willing to risk their lives in the German-occupied, war-torn Netherlands, A Song for Her Enemies is an inspiring and beautiful novel celebrating the resilience of the human spirit and the determination of Christians in the face of persecution. It is a novel for everyone seeking to understand the pain of the past and be inspired to embrace hope for the future.

Author Bio

Sherri Stewart writes historical and contemporary romance and romantic suspense. The author of five novels and a dozen novellas, her former careers have provided many storylines for her books. Sherri’s passion is traveling to the settings of her books. A widow, she lives with her strong-willed dog and her son Joshua, who can fix anything. Visit her online at stewartwriting.com

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