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The lost letter / Jillian Cantor.

Publication | Not Digitized | Library Call Number: PS3603.A587 L67 2017

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    Austria, 1938. Kristoff is a young apprentice to a master Jewish stamp engraver. When his teacher disappears during Kristallnacht, Kristoff is forced to engrave stamps for the Germans, and simultaneously works alongside Elena, his beloved teacher's fiery daughter, and with the Austrian resistance to send underground messages and forge papers. As he falls for Elena amidst the brutal chaos of war, Kristoff must find a way to save her, and himself. Los Angeles, 1989. Katie Nelson is going through a divorce and while cleaning out her house and life in the aftermath, she comes across the stamp collection of her father, who recently went into a nursing home. When an appraiser, Benjamin, discovers an unusual World War II-era Austrian stamp placed on an old love letter as he goes through her dad's collection, Katie and Benjamin are sent on a journey together that will uncover a story of passion and tragedy spanning decades and continents, behind the just fallen Berlin Wall. -- Page [2] of dust jacket.
    Format
    Book
    Author/Creator
    Cantor, Jillian, author.
    Published
    New York : Riverhead Books, [2017]
    Locale
    Austria
    Notes
    English.

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    Language
    English
    ISBN
    9780399185670
    0399185674
    9780735219397
    0735219397
    Physical Description
    322 pages ; 22 cm

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