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With Love from Poland By Linda Lee Keenan
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With Love from Poland begins in 1920 Cracow, then a prosperous textile town brimming with life. That was the year that the beautiful, fair-haired Helena Pawlowski met the brash, young Jan Jasinski... More > quite by accident. From that moment on, their lives became intertwined. Their strong bond would later become the backbone of an underground movement to save their family and friends from capture by the Nazis in September of 1939. This was the beginning of the Second World War; it hit Poland first and it hit hard. Hitler quickly set up his own General Government in Cracow's beloved Wawel Castle. What ensues is a human drama of adventure and intrigue, peppered with humor, emotion and surprising twists of fate; all against the backdrop of the proud Polish culture and tradition.< Less
With Love from Poland By Linda Lee Keenan
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“With Love from Poland” begins in 1920 Cracow, then a prosperous textile town brimming with life. That was the year that the beautiful fair-haired Helena Pawlowski met the brash young... More > Jan Jasinski quite by accident. From that moment on, their lives became intertwined. Their strong bond would later become the backbone of an underground movement to save their family and friends from capture by the Nazis in September of 1939. This was the beginning of the Second World War; it hit Poland first and it hit hard. Hitler quickly set up his own General Government in Cracow’s beloved Wawel Castle. What ensues is a human drama of adventure and intrigue, peppered with humor, emotion and surprising twists of fate; all against the backdrop of the proud Polish culture and tradition.< Less
The Journal: A Novel of the Second World War By Linda Lee Keenan
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Manhattan is a treasure trove of history and culture, especially in and around Central Park. Julia Hamilton owns Hamilton Interiors and lives and works in the Big Apple. She accepts an assignment to... More > recreate a retail shop in a residential co-op on 5th Avenue for Mrs. Ellis Wellington. Mrs. Wellington's antique shop in Germany was destroyed during Kristallnacht in 1939. To be authentic, the design must include an indoor fountain; that's when Julia discovers by unusual means what lies beneath the island of Manhattan. While researching her heritage, Julia becomes interested in the life of Per Lundgren, her great uncle who was a Swedish diplomat during the Second World War. She found that he joined forces with a German underground group in Berlin in 1940 and she begins writing a journal. She meets a man, seemingly by chance, and finds that he is privy to details of her private journal and suddenly her life in 2015 is intertwined with her uncle's life in Europe in 1940.< Less