Sown in Tears

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About the author:
Beverly Magid was a journalist and a longtime public relations executive in the entertainment industry before her first novel, "Flying Out of Brooklyn" was published in 2007. During her entertainment career, she interviewed among many others, John Lennon, in one of his first interviews after he had splt from the Beatles. She represented a long list of performers, writers, artists, including Dolly Parton, Whoopi Goldberg, Jacqueline Bisset, Martin Landau, Tom Skerritt,Dear Abby, Rutger Hauer, Neil Diamond, John Denver, etc., etc.
She lives in Los Angeles, but confesses to always being in a "New York state of mind." A political junkie, she is also passionate about environmental, animal and human rights issues.

Sown in Tears

Authored by Beverly Magid

Russia, 1905 - After an attck on the village of Koritz, in the Settlement of the Pale, an area where Jews are restricted to live, Leah Peretz is left to protect and care for her young children. Her life is complicated by the attentions of the Russian officer Captain Vaselik, who is attracted to her despite his strong antipathy towards Jews. Can she trust him? Her journey is played out against the events happening in the country.Revolution is beginning to roil in Russia, everyone is frustrated and restless, the government inflames anti-semitism, pogroms occur against the Jews, while Leah must survive and defend her family and finally discover her path.

Publication Date:
1478104570 / 9781478104575
Page Count:
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
6" x 9"
Black and White
Related Categories:
Fiction / Historical / General

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