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Mighty Fortress
     

Mighty Fortress

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by Kristen Stieffel
 

Pastor Gottlieb finds it difficult to preach with Nazis in the pews, but since the Anschluss, he has no choice. When a Jewish family seeks his help, he willingly agrees, seeing it as a way to oppose the troops that have invaded Austria.

He hides the family in the church, in a service corridor behind the organ pipes. The younger family members plan their

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Pastor Gottlieb finds it difficult to preach with Nazis in the pews, but since the Anschluss, he has no choice. When a Jewish family seeks his help, he willingly agrees, seeing it as a way to oppose the troops that have invaded Austria.

He hides the family in the church, in a service corridor behind the organ pipes. The younger family members plan their escape to New York, but soon realize their elderly grandmother is too frail for the trip.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940045139984
Publisher:
Kristen Stieffel
Publication date:
12/09/2012
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
797,450
File size:
193 KB

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Meet the Author

Kristen Stieffel is a freelance editor specializing in speculative fiction and is associate editor of Havok, a flash fiction magazine focused on the science fiction and fantasy genres. She provides a full range of editorial services and has worked on a variety of projects including business nonfiction and Bible studies, but she is a novelist at heart and has edited novels in many genres for both the general market and the Christian submarket. Kristen is a member of the Editorial Freelancers Association and Christian Editor Connection and is a Word Weavers International mentor.

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Mighty Fortress 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A short absorbing tale of faith in the face of oppression