Hannah Gould

Hannah Gould

by Thomas Linehan
Hannah Gould

Hannah Gould

by Thomas Linehan



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In 1942 war-torn Poland, a Jewish family is murdered by the Nazis and Ukrainians, but fifteen year old Hannah Gould miraculously escapes. Alone and desperate, Hannah ultimately makes her way to a group of Jewish and Russian partisans between Poland and Russia. She is transformed from an innocent, sheltered Jewish girl from Warsaw to a cold killer in the forests of Belorussia. She meets kind strangers and sadistic enemies on her journey to discovering who she is. Her romantic encounter with a handsome Russian officer gives her hope for the future. But as the German noose is tightening, Hannah makes a daring move to save her group from sure death. Finally, the big Russian counter-offensive to drive the Germans back to Berlin is on. Hannah is mentally exhausted with nagging grief, even unable to cry. She joins the army advance, but struggles with what to do next.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940160758503
Publisher: KDP Amazon
Publication date: 10/21/2019
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Sales rank: 766,232
File size: 916 KB

About the Author

Tim Linehan holds BS and MS degrees in Engineering. He completed a 40-year career with domestic and international corporations. Simultaneously, he began creative writing in 1985. Tim is an Institute of Children’s Literature graduate and member of the Coastal Writers (at Rehoboth Art League in Delaware). His Young Adult Civil War historical novel, Drums of Courage was published in 2005. Tim’s poetry has been published in The Broadkill Review. In 2015, his short story Chance Meeting, in Beach Days (Cat and Mouse Press) won a Judges Award. His new WWII historical novel, Hannah Gould was first published in June 2018. Tim is an Osher Life Long Learning (University of Delaware) instructor and teaches a course on the Jewish partisan resistance fighters of Poland and Russia that his WWII novel is based on. He is a Contributing Editor of The Broadkill Review (Broadkill Press). Tim also gives presentations to interested groups on Jewish partisans. For more information about the author, visit Facebook/TimLinehanBooks and his website: TimLinehanBooks.com
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