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Publisher Description

One woman’s quest for truth reveals a dark family secret long buried in Prague’s Nazi past.

WINNER: Pinnacle Book Achievement Award, Fall 2015 -- Best Books in Fiction

FINALIST: Readers' Favorite Book Awards 2016 -- Historical Fiction

"Imagine Stephen King wrote Schindler's List..." ~ Nikki

Every family holds to secrets, but some are far darker, reach deeper, and touch a rawer nerve than others.

Vanesa Neuman is the daughter of Holocaust survivors, and her childhood in the cramped intimacy of south Tel Aviv is shadowed by her parents’ unspoken wartime experiences. The past for her was a closed book… until her father passes away and that book falls literally open. Vanesa must now unravel the mystery of the diary she has received—and the strange symbol within—at all costs.

Set against the backdrop of the Nazi occupation and the Jewish Museum of Prague—Adolf Eichmann’s “Museum of an Extinct Race”—Galerie is fast-paced historical fiction in the tradition of Tatiana De Rosnay’s Sarah’s Key. From Jerusalem’s Yad V’Shem Holocaust research center, to the backstreets of Prague, and into the former “paradise ghetto” of Theresienstadt, Vanesa’s journey of understanding will reveal a darker family past than she ever imagined—a secret kept alive for over half a century.

PERFECT FOR BOOK CLUBS: A book club guide is included at the end of the story.

Evolved Publishing presents a thrilling work of historical fiction that examines how Holocaust horrors still resonate generations later, and how even deep wounds of betrayal can ultimately heal. [DRM-Free]

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Enfold MeGalerieMoon Path (Coming 2018)
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The Daughter of the Sea and the Sky by David LItwackHannah's Voice by Robb GrindstaffShining Light's Saga by Ruby Standing DeerFresh News Straight from Heaven by Gregg Sapp

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
2015
October 24
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
426
Pages
PUBLISHER
Evolved Publishing LLC
SELLER
Draft2Digital, LLC
SIZE
2.1
MB

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