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An enchanting novel of love flowering in the ruins of Berlin, 1945. By Nicolette Maleckar (188 Pages)Publisher: Ben Yehudah Press, 2006
In 1945, Berlin is in shambles. Alone for the first time, beguiling young Hanne Goldshmidt must find her own way...
Homeless and hungry, Hanne is plucked from a crowd of ragged survivors and by sheer good fortune is given a golden chance to start a new life. Falling in love with her dashing benefactor puts Hannah right in the thick of his risky clandestine schemes. A Russian princess fallen on hard times, a back-country G.I. from West Virginia, a cagey Russian spy, an aging German actress and a spirited Ursuline nun all have their parts to play in the drama of Hanne's life. In the end, it all comes down to Hanne: Will she follow the path of comfort or courage?
An incandescent story of the first blush of love in an impossible time - filled with unforgettable characters, and an indomitable spirit of hope and joy.
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