By Ruth Benjamin
His previous - a depressing mystery.
His current - a burdened whirl of feelings and questions.
His destiny - unknown and entire of danger.
This novel, first released via Targum Press in 1995, takes the reader on an action-packed and suspenseful trip throughout 3 continents and 5 a long time as Carter makes an attempt to resolve the key of his previous - and construct a destiny as a Jew
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All he Hidden Children: A Jewish Novel by Ruth Benjamin