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German Bride: A Novel

German Bride: A Novel

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by Joanna Hershon

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Berlin, 1861. Eva Frank, a sixteen-year-old Jewess, has her portrait painted, which leads to an indiscretion that has devastating consequences. Desperate to escape a painful situation, Eva marries Abraham Shein, an ambitious merchant who has returned home to Germany for the first time in a decade since establishing himself in the American West. The young bride

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German Bride 3.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Althought provoking and insightful the ending left me wanting a stronger finish
clydepuppee More than 1 year ago
The German Bride is a very powerful story about what a German-Jewish bride went through during and after traveling half way across the world to leave a bad situation in Berlin. Eva was only sixteen when she married a businessman thinking she would have a wonderful life in America but everything went wrong. Lorraine
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