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In northwest Italy, peasants, priests, and native Italian Jews conspired to save the lives of 43,000 Jews during the final phase of World War II. Mary Doria Russell presents a meticulously researched novel based on the true story of the Italian underground.
- Mary Doria Russell Author of prizewinning research in paleoanthropology and two science fiction novels, "The Sparrow" and "Children of God."
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