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Number of Pages: 480
Vendor: Barbour Publishing
Publication Date: 2014
|Dimensions: 9.00 X 6.00 X 1.00 (inches)|
Alaska Brides Collection, 5 Volumes in 1Tracie Peterson, Mary Connealy, Cathy Marie Hake, Kathleen Y'BarboBarbour Publishing / 2013 / Trade Paperback$10.49 Retail:4 Stars Out Of 5 4 Reviews
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A Windswept Promise, Brides of Assurance Series #2Brandi BoddieRealms / 2014 / Trade Paperback$7.49 Retail:
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A spirited American journalist and a reminiscing professor are on journeys to see the past rectified. Follow the two-part story of Madeline McAllister as she records the life of an elderly German woman that leads her to her own grandmother’s tragic story of concentration camps and lost children. Then meet Professor Fritz Miller, who can’t forget the day when he was twelve and he discovered a Jewish baby along the railroad tracks. Will destinies change as the past is finally revealed?
Sharon Bernash Smith, also the author of Old Sins, Long Shadows, and the coauthor of Like a Bird Wanders and the Christmas classics Once Upon a Christmas, Always Home for Christmas, and Starry, Starry Christmas Night, has worn many hats while raising two sons in rural Washington Statepreschool owner/teacher, midwifes assistant in a home-birth practice, and a Pregnancy Resource Center volunteer for 25 years. Now as a writer, her desire is to touch lives for Christ through the written word and her own experiences. For more info: sharonbernashsmith.blogspot.com, www.oaktara.com.
Betty BooperBritish Columbia, CanadaAge: Over 65Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Lost Loves of War II collectionMarch 28, 2017Betty BooperBritish Columbia, CanadaAge: Over 65Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I really enjoyed these stories. These writers are very good! I'd recommend it to everyone.
Rose BlueWisconsinAge: 55-65Gender: Female5 Stars Out Of 5Amazing storiesAugust 5, 2014Rose BlueWisconsinAge: 55-65Gender: FemaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I don't normally care for novellas, but I like WWII books and opted to try this one. I'm glad I did. Countless thousands of families were torn apart in the war and afterward when the Iron Curtain came down. Here are stories of an East Berlin family where dad, brother, and mother disappear until only Katia, crippled by polio, is left; Katia's Aunt Maria survived the concentration camps and despairs of ever finding her 3-month-old twins; other babies were tossed off trains heading for the camps, their desperate parents hoping someone would keep them safe. Decades pass before the mysteries are solved, and they are the precious few.
lcjohnson1988IndianaAge: 45-54Gender: female4 Stars Out Of 5June 29, 2014lcjohnson1988IndianaAge: 45-54Gender: femaleQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 4Those who love history along with the flavor of mystery will be captivated in no time at all! These aren't recently published with Katia in 2010 and For Maria in 2012 were written by Brice Judisch. The last novel written by Sharon Bernash Smith, The Train Baby's Mother, was published in 2013. The novels take readers back to a time when life in other countries was anything but stable or safe.
Madeline is an exchange student specifically requested by an older German woman who wants her to write her memoir. When Madeline first meets Fraulein Mahler in her home, the older woman has more spirit than Madeline is prepared for. The first action Fraulein Mahler does is to see how much she can push Madeline around. As the student journalist begins her assignment, what comes next as the interview progresses takes your breath away.
For Maria (2012)
What Madeline sets off to do is to try and locate other family members she learned about when interviewing Fraulein Mahler. Her heart's desire is to bring about a family reunited after such a long time apart, but Madeline discovers just how difficult a job she has undertaken. Trying to balance her family life with her heart's desire may be more than she can accomplish. Readers will be engrossed to follow the journalist's adventure.
The Train Baby's Mother (2013)
Jammed into a train headed for certain death a couple must find a way to save their baby before it is too late. Their choice is throw the baby off while they are near a village, hoping that the children nearby will take the baby to someone who will take good care of their little girl. The one decision brings about a chain of events that touches not only the little girl, but a whole village.
At first I found it hard to get involved in the first story not sure how to pronounce some places overseas where the first story takes place. Yet, the rich history of WW II pulls the reader deeper into the pages, making it impossible to put down, plus curiosity in how the conclusion was going to be brought about made it worth turning pages!