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Karolina's twins / Ronald H. Balson.

Karolina's twins / Ronald H. Balson.
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C0001869148 N BALS
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ISBN 9781250098375
Call Number BALS
Author Balson, Ronald H
Title Karolina's twins / Ronald H. Balson.
Edition First Edition.
Published New York : St. Martin's Press, 2016.
New York St. Martin's Press, 2016.
Physical description 306 pages ; 25 cm.
Content type text
Media type unmediated
Carrier type volume
Series Liam and Catherine bk. 3
Notes "A novel."
Summary "From the author of Once We Were Brothers comes a saga inspired by true events of a Holocaust survivor's quest to fulfill a promise, return to Poland and find two sisters lost during World War II. "--
"Lena Woodward, an elderly woman, enlists the help of both lawyer Catherine Lockhart and private investigator Liam Taggart to appraise the story of her harrowing past in Nazi occupied Poland. At the same time, Lena's son Arthur presents her with a hefty lawsuit under the pretense of garnering her estate--and independence--for his own purposes. Where these stories intersect is through Lena's dubious account of her life in war-torn Poland, and her sisterhood with a childhood friend named Karolina. Lena and Karolina struggled to live through the atrocity of the Holocaust, and at the same time harbored a courageous, yet mysterious secret of maternity that has troubled Lena throughout her adult life. In telling her story to Catherine and Liam, Lena not only exposes the realities of overcoming the horrors of the Holocaust, she also comes to terms with her own connection to her dark past. Karolina's Twins is a tale of survival, love, and resilience in more ways than one. As Lena recounts her story, Catherine herself also recognizes the unwavering importance of family as she prepares herself for the arrival of her unborn child. Through this association and many more, both Lena and Catherine begin to cherish the dogged ties that bind not only families and children, but the entirety of mankind"--
Meeting Occupation of Poland (1939-1945)
Subject Interpersonal relations -- Fiction
Holocaust survivors -- Fiction
Poland -- History -- Occupation, 1939-1945 -- Fiction
Genre Historical fiction
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