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  • Crusade | Linda Press Wulf

    Crusade

    • UNABRIDGED (5 hrs and 52 mins)
    • By Linda Press Wulf
    • Narrated By Lucy Rayner
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    Robert: Left on the steps of a church as a baby, Robert was often hungry but never stole food like the other orphans in town. Introverted and extraordinarily intelligent, he knew all the Latin prayers and hymns by heart by the time he was five years old. Georgette: Her own mother died in childbirth, leaving Georgette with a father who, seventeen at the time, had neither experience nor aptitude as a nurturing parent, and a brother known in town as Le Fuer - The Spitfire - for his terrible temper.

  • The Night of the Burning | Linda Press Wulf

    The Night of the Burning

    • UNABRIDGED (5 hrs and 28 mins)
    • By Linda Press Wulf
    • Narrated By Linda Press Wulf
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    The story begins in Poland in 1921, set in a little-known period of history - the period between the World Wars. It's the story of Devorah and her sister, who escape the Night of the Burning in their village during the Jewish pogroms, and their incredible journey to safety, led by philanthropist Isaac Ochberg.

  • The Night of the Burning: Devorah's Story | Linda Press Wulf

    The Night of the Burning: Devorah's Story

    • UNABRIDGED (5 hrs and 31 mins)
    • By Linda Press Wulf
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    Devorah’s world is shattered by the tragedies of post-Great War Europe: gas poisoning, famine, typhoid, and influenza. Then comes the Night of the Burning, when Cossacks provoke Christian Poles to attack their Jewish neighbors.

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