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Jun 24, 2008
| ISBN 9780425221648
Jun 24, 2008
| ISBN 9781440637957
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Jun 24, 2008 | ISBN 9780425221648
Jun 24, 2008 | ISBN 9781440637957
The Russian Concubine dazzled readers. Now, its gifted author delivers another sweeping historical novel. Davinsky Labor Camp, Siberia, 1933: Only two things in this wretched place keep Sofia from giving up hope: the prospect of freedom, and the stories told by her friend and fellow prisoner Anna, of a charmed childhood in Petrograd, and her fervent girlhood love for a passionate revolutionary named Vasily. After a perilous escape, Sofia endures months of desolation and hardship. But, clinging to a promise she made to Anna, she subsists on the belief that someday she will track down Vasily. In a remote village, she’s nursed back to health by a Gypsy family, and there she finds more than refuge–she also finds Mikhail Pashin, who, her heart tells her, is Vasily in disguise. He’s everything she has ever wanted–but he belongs to Anna. After coming this far, Sofia is tantalizingly close to freedom, family–even a future. All that stands in her way is the secret past that could endanger everything she has come to hold dear!
Kate Furnivall was born in Wales and currently lives in Devon, England. Married and the mother of two sons, she has worked in publishing and television advertising. She is the national bestselling author of The Far Side of the Sun, Shadows… More about Kate Furnivall
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