Tamara Walks on Water
Praise for Shifra Horn: 'a wonderfully lush novel reminiscent of Isabel Allende...compulsively readable' Jewish Chronicle 'poignant, earthy and engaging' Daily Telegraph 'You will find yourself unable to put the book down' London Jewish News 'Spanning the generations Shifra Horn spins a magic web' Jewish Telegraph 'A rich and magical tale' The Bookseller 'Delightful - a hypnotic piece of storytelling' Good Book Guide 'A novel filled with magic and rich imagery' OK Magazine
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