Florian's Gate - eBook
Florian's Gate - eBook  -     By: T. Davis Bunn
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Format: DRM Protected ePub
Vendor: Bethany House
Publication Date: 1992
ISBN: 9781441270870
ISBN-13: 9781441270870
Series: Priceless Collection

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As the main entrance to the medieval city of Cracow, Poland, centuries of history have passed through Florian's Gate. But for Alexander Kantor, now a successful antiques dealer in London, the place holds only one memory. It was here that he was arrested by the Nazis as a young man. There he passed from freedom to imprisonment; there began a lifetime of challenges to his heritage, his well-being, his relationships and his faith.

Through dramatic events spanning fifty years, Florian's Gate follows members of a war-torn Polish family as they come to terms with their circumstances and the choices that divided them. Set in the luxurious trappings of today's London and the turbulent economies of Eastern Europe, the mysterious disappearance of an antiques dealer causes Alexander to travel back to his homeland. He did not suspect that the trail would ultimately lead to Florian's Gate and the discovery of a treasure of infinite value.

A fascinating story blending a family epic with mystery and romance.

Author Bio

T. Davis Bunn is an American businessman who lives abroad and travels extensively. Location research for this story ranged from the elegant antique show-rooms of London to the dreadful chambers of the Auschwitz prison camp. Characters were drawn from dozens of colorful personalities throughout Europe. Davis is especially grateful to his wife, Isabella, and her Polish family for sharing both stories and love of their homeland.

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