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The Lost Wife, by Alyson Richman

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The Lost Wife, by Alyson RichmanThe Lost Wife, enjoyed great popularity when it was first published two years ago by Long Island author Alyson Richman.  It was a lovingly written, heartbreaking story of love torn apart by the Nazi invasion of Prague.  It is narrated from the two points of view of a newly-wed couple, Lenka and Josef, whose families are pulled apart by the Holocaust.  Experiencing horror and tragedy, Lenka and Josef tell how they survive, create a future for themselves and are given a second chance.  A good read for fans of historical fiction. 

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