It's the World War II era, and all have felt the Nazi sting. Sole
survivors from their village, Albrecht and his blind granddaughter,
Annanise, along with his famous Stradivarius, escape to Brooklyn
only to discover a new challenge-Poland isn't the only place where
Jews aren't welcome. Dr. Morgan survives the war, but at the cost
of a leg, and returns home to face two family tragedies. And young
Tommy, the pride of the Irish, learns the way of the streets after
losing both parents in a single night. The paths of these
individuals intersect, and as they dare to cross the lines of race,
class, and religion, they create a path of healing along the way.
Believing that Annanise possesses a special gift that can unite all
people, the aged Albrecht teams with Morgan and Tommy to pray for a
miracle. And with God as their orchestra leader, they overcome
their personal barriers to bring the Master of the Strings to
stage. Robert "Bob" Cossel is a retired twenty-seven-year U.S. Army
veteran living in El Paso, Texas, with his wife and three wonderful
children. He enjoys hiking, church activities, and, of course,
writing. Currently Bob is active as a public school educator,
serves as a member of an outreach team for those dealing with
hurts, habits, and hang-ups, participates whenever possible in
mission trips, and exercises regularly to keep up with the youth!
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||216 x 140 x 17mm (L x W x T)
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