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The Sign of the Cross

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In prison for his resistance activities in World War II France, Marcel Boussant longs for freedom and Isabelle Karmazin, the woman he loves. Meanwhile, Isabelle is denied entry to America. When she meets Michael Dreyfus, a Swiss Jew, she readily agrees to his dangerous scheme . . . to whisk her off to U.S. controlled territory in North Africa. What she dared not hope for, ...more
Paperback, 352 pages
Published April 1st 1997 by Chariot Victor Publishing (first published 1997)
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a historical fiction romance that is set in world war II. it says it is a sequel, but it can also be read as a stand alone. I read this book to fulfill the goal- a book I started but never finished. (technically, I had read it once before. I started rereading in about 6 months ago, and kept setting it aside for other more interesting books.)
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