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Akiva RABBI AKIVA AND HIS TIMES Rabbi Marcus Lehmanns classic novel detailing the life of Rabbi Akiva in Eretz Yisrael after the Destruction of the 2nd Temple as he developed from a humble shepherd into the leader of his generation. 292 pp. 26.99 hardcover 3754 The Count of Coucy Portrait of Two Families R Marcus Lehmanns swashbuckling tale of one of the Baalei Tosafos Rav Samson of Coucy and a historical novel of two 18th century families on the spiritual divide. 294 pp. 22.99 hardcover 5920 Serina Ruti Tanenwald Set in 1899 and based on historical fact Ruti Tanenwald tells the story of a Jewish girls abduction by Felician nuns her journey through European convents and her return to Poland. 255 pp. 19.99 hardcover 5665 Faith and Courage This book contains three of Rabbi Marcus Lehmanns brightest jewels Faith Courage the wondrous tale of the Shach and his daughter Esther The Penknife a story of two friends fortune and faith and Del Monte a tale of faith and loyalty. 198 pp. 17.99 hardcover 5075 Baron Rothschild Shlomo Spitzer Baron Wilhelm Rothschild was a tzaddik and Torah scholar who stood behind nearly every Jewish religious undertaking in 19th-century Europe. Here is his true story of peril and deliverance woven together with Divine providence. 224 pp. 19.99 hardcover 7022 When the War Ends Ruti Tanenwald As the Battle of Britain rages on Sarah Kirschner grows up far from home after being evacuated from London with other children. This historical novel explores the enigma of friendship family and kinship with the world at large. 217 pp. 17.99 hardcover 7055 Rabbi Yoselman of Rosheim Rabbi Marcus Lehmann This powerful historical novel rich with color and amazing detail tells the story of the great champion of the Jewish people in 16th-century Europe. Revised and newly designed. 206 pp. 23.99 hardcover 3556 The Family Aguilar Rabbi Marcus Lehmann Paints a panoramic portrait of 18th century Spanish Jewry under the Inquisition as well as one familys drama and adventure sorrow and lasting triumph. 206 pp. 19.99 hardcover 6685 Little Sister Two innocent Jewish orphans must fend for themselves through hatred and exploitation at the beginning of the 20th century. Ruti Tanenwalds poignant and touching novel intrigues and entertains until its astonishing conclusion. 317 pp. 21.99 hardcover 6963 Jewish Kingdom of Kuzar THE RISE AND FALL OF THE LEG- ENDARY COUNTRY OF CONVERTS Zelig Schachnowitzs sweeping his- torical novel tells the story of the Kuzars an entire pagan people who converted to Judaism. Translated from the Hebrew. 237 pp. 20.99 paperback 4532 The Kadosh of Tirnau Shmuel Rothstein The year is 1469. Ordan Hungarys crown prince and heir-apparent to the throne is setting out on a journey in a courageous search for the truth. Based on a true story. 298 pp. 22.99 hardcover 5985 Baal Shem of Michelstadt Judaeus Rabbi Herz Naftali Ehrmann The legendary Rabbi Seckel Loeb Wormser. His heartfelt empathy with the worries and sufferings of the poor combined with a boundless unselfishness reliability and vitality did indeed work miracles. 193 pp. 19.99 paperback 1137 Light from the West LIFE TIMES OF THE CHASAM SOFER Zelig Schachnowitz An inspiring biographical work of the Chasam Sofer founder of the Yeshiva of Pressburg who set the stage and the standard for Torah-true Judaism in modern times. 244 pp. 22.99 hardcover 4451 The General Yehoshua Danziger Noblemen and vassals generals and soldiers a Jewish convert the Jewish community of Hungary and the king of Hungary all play a vital role in this epic historical novel set amidst the tur- bulence and splendor of 19th-century Hungary. 571 pp. Rubinstein Publishers 27.99 hardcover 6787 And Rachel Was His Wife edited by Marsi Tabak She shunned wealth and forfeited her legacy to marry an ignorant shep- erd who through her encouragement became a Torah luminary. Akivas devoted wife is the heroine of this compelling historical novel. 320 pp. 22.99 hardcover 2715 Journey to the End of the Earth Devorah Rand Since 1290 no Jew has been permitted res- idence in England. Now almost 400 years later when Rabbi Menashe ben Israel hears about the discovery of The Ten Lost Tribes in the Andes of South America he seeks to have the English decree annulled. 25.99 hardcover 7218 Royal Challenge Yitzhak Salomon The hero a poor horse trainer rediscovers the game of chess and ultimately impresses King Cyrus so much that he rewards him with any single request. The ensuing events catapult both the king and the stable boy on an adven- turous and bizarre quest that is limited only by the readers imagination. 134 pp. Mosaica TBA hardcover THE JOURNEY OF THE WANDERING JEW A CHESS ODYSSEY THROUGH HISTORY NEW NEW 30 Contemporary Literature Historical Novels FFeldheim Publishers