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Maisie Mosco, bestselling author of Out of the Ashes (with 150,000 copies in print) has captivated millions of readers with her heartfelt novels. And now she presents a powerful and uplifting saga of love, pride, and Jewish tradition--struggling to survive in a hostile world. Previously published in paperback by Bantam (1981) as From the Bitter Land.
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