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Posts Tagged: Camille Eide

Wings Like a Dove, by Camille Eide

Wings Like a Dove, by Camille Eide

In 1933, Polish Jew Anna Leibowicz has found refuge in New York City. But when she becomes pregnant, her mother’s shame leads Anna to run away in search of their long-lost father, rumored to be living in Chicago. Soon she’s penniless and hungry and stranded in Indiana. Anna stumbles upon six orphaned boys who have… Read more »

Book Beat – The Memoir of Johnny Devine

In 1953, war widow Eliza Saunderson is a struggling writer, with betrayal and loss in her past – and no hope in her future. But when she’s offered a job to help Johnny Devine write his memoir, she hesitates. A former Hollywood star, Johnny is infamous for his womanizing. Eliza, however, is too hungry to… Read more »