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Levi's War

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This gripping story by New Zealand author Julie Thomas is a tale of courage and bravery by a gay Jew behind enemy lines during the Second World War.

Levi Horowitz isn't a natural-born soldier. But in November 1938, Berlin is a volatile place for a Jew, and the talented young musician secures passage to Switzerland. Instead, Levi is taken to a Danish border checkpoint and from then on his war becomes secret, even from those he loves best.

In 2017, a recording emerges, showing Levi in 1945 and revealing a story in equal parts shocking and heroic. It is a journey that leads him face-to-face with Hitler, and into a position to change the final outcome of the war.

Levi's War follows on from the enthralling historical novels The Keeper of Secrets and Rachel's Legacy, this time tracing the story of the eldest Horowitz son. Whether you're discovering Julie Thomas's books for the first time, or making a return visit to the saga of the Horowitz family, ''Levi's War'' will leave you utterly breathless.

Author: Julie Thomas

Trade paperback, 310 Pages, Published June 2018   

 

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