Judaica



    Author: Charles Hersch

    Publisher: Routledge

    ISBN: 978-1-138-19579-0



    Author: Avraham Azrieli

    Publisher: HarperLegend

    ASIN: B01BKD8YIK



    Author: Nora Gold

    Publisher: Dundurn

    ISBN: 9781459721463



    Author: Zahava D, Englard

    Publisher: Gefen Publishing House

    ISBN: 9789652295743



    Author: Jay Greenfield

    Publisher: Chickadee Prince

    ISBN: 978-0-9913274-2-3



    Author: Elyce Wakerman

    Publisher: Yucca Publishing

    ISBN: 13-976-1-63156-014-7


    Authors: Yehuda Avner (Deceased March 2015) & Matt Rees

    Publisher: The Toby Press

    ISBN: 978-1-59264-388-2

    Review of Arc Copy




    Author: Jim Baumgardner
    Publisher: Baumgardner Press
    ISBN: 978-0-9884107-1-8





    Author: Chris Mitchell
    Publisher: Nelson Books
    ISBN: 978-1-4002-0528-8


    Author: Sandra Lea Hardage
    Publisher: CrossBooks
    ISBN: 978-1-4627-2783-4




    Author: Lynn Austin
    Publisher: Bethany House Publishers
    ISBN: 978-0-7642-0898-0



    Author: Melody Amsel Ariel

    Publisher: Pen and Sword Family History

    ISBN: 1848844115




    Author: Andrew Warren
    Publisher: Tate Publishing
    ISBN: 978-1-62295-187-1



    Author: Zeev Barmatz
    Publisher : Moshe Alon
    ISBN: 978-965-7589-01-4

    Author: Benjamin Ginsberg

    Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers Inc
    ISBN: 978-1-4422-2238-0




      Author: Benzion Netanyahu

      Publisher: Balfour Books

      ISBN-10: 1933267151

      ISBN-13: 978-1933267159


    Author: Michael Curtis

    Publisher: Balfour Books

    ISBN: 9781933267302



    Author: Delin Colon

    Publisher: Createspace

    ISBN: 97811461027751


    Authors: Deborah Strobin and Ilie Wacs

    Publisher: Barricade Books Inc.

    ISBN: 13-978-1-56980-452-0



    Author : Delin Colón
     
    ISBN : 978-1461027751

    Author: Avraham Azrieli

    ISBN: 978-1451549515


    Author: Cipora Hurwitz

    ISBN: 13: 978-1885881380


    The writing style of Forbidden Strawberries, the memoir of Cipora Hurwitz, a Polish Jew forced to grow up during the Holocaust, is stark, matter-of-fact, and not necessarily elegant, but because of this simplicity and especially because of Hurwitz's vivid recollections, it is powerfully emotive.


    Author:‭ ‬Henry Orenstein
    Publisher:‭ ‬Beaufort Books Publishers
    ISBN:‭ ‬979-0-8253-0597-9

    If you never read anything about the Holocaust,‭ ‬Henry Orenstein's commemorative edition of‭  ‬I Shall Live:‭ ‬Surviving the Holocaust Against All Odds is a must read and the perfect one with which to start.‭ (‬The first edition was published nearly a quarter of a century ago‭)‬.‭


    Author: Yehuda Avner

    Publishers: The Toby Press:

    ISBN: 13: 9781592642786

    Rarely am I overly excited about reading someone's 703-page memoirs. Nonetheless, Yehuda Avner's The Prime Ministers: An Intimate Narrative of Israeli Leadership proved to be the exception. Once started, I couldn't put it down and in fact I will even go so far in recommending this book as required reading for every journalist covering the Middle East, as well as the so-called “experts” and pundits that very often naively swallow Arab misrepresentations without questioning its veracity and without knowing a great deal about Mid-East history


    Author: Jason Alster
    ISBN: 9781439258750

    Part memoir and part travelogue, Jason Alster with his Leaving Home, Going Home, Returning Home: A Hebrew American's Sojourn in the Land of Israel reminisces about his experiences when he made aliyah to Israel in 1984 at the age of twenty-eight, and where he lived until returning to the USA in 2007





    Author: Aggie Villanueva
    ISBN: 978-0-557-08654-2
    Publisher: Lulu

    It is a refreshing account of those events in Bible history. Villaneuva is a good writer. She handles dialog and thought very well and integrates all the elements of good story-telling into her art


    Author: Ginger Garrett
    Publisher: David C. Cook
    ISBN: 978-1-4347-6801-8


    I thoroughly enjoyed the novel aspect of Ginger Garrett’s exploration into the mind of Jewish historical figure, Queen Esther. The queen’s story, as told through a series of diary entries, is one of intrigue, romance, adventure, and faith

    Author: Valerie Farber
    Publisher: Falcon Books
    ISBN: 976-0-9816058-0-7

    American born author Valerie Farber, who now makes her home in Hashmonaim Israel, has penned an absorbing novel that you can easily get lost in. She has accomplished this feat not just by weaving her City of Refuge: A Biblical Novel of the Ancient Past expertly, but also by constructing a time and place in such a way that we believe every detail of the landscape is real



    Author: Greg Dawson
    Publisher: Pegasus Books
    ISBN: 978-1-60598-045-4

    Rarely am I able to read a book in one sitting, however Greg Dawson’s Hiding in the Spotlight was the exception. 
    In Hiding in the Spotlight Dawson narrates the story of his mother, Zhanna Arshanskaya, who was a Holocaust survivor and an extraordinary pianist.



    Author: Kim Ablon Whitney
    ISBN 978-0-375-85219-0
    Publisher: Alfred Knopf


    The Other Half of Life: A Novel Based on the True Story of the MS St. Louis is the Titanic of the Holocaust.





    Author: Shulamit Lapid
    Translated from the Hebrew by Philip Simpson
    ISBN:
    13 978 1 59264 230 4
    Publisher: Toby Press


    Thanks to Philip Simpson's excellent translation, I was able to easily read Shulamit Lapid's Valley of Strength, the fascinating saga of Rosh Pina.





    Author: Paul R. Finch
    ISBN: 978-9800739-3-5

    Paul R.Finch’s controversial The Passover Papers: Controversy, Myth, Fairy Tales, and Nonsense is likely to either dazzle you or offend you depending on your beliefs and perhaps even your religion.




    Author: Michael Karpin

    ISBN: 978-0-470-17373-2

    Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Inc

    It is difficult to conceive just how Tightrope: Six Centuries of a Jewish Dynasty was written. It is just over four hundred pages in size including very extensive footnotes, yet it is huge in its accomplishment. And this is exactly what Israeli television and news reporter Michael Karpin was able to pull off when he wrote about an Ashkenazi family, the Backenroths, dating back to 1350.


    Review: Keeping Hannah Waiting

    Author: Dave Clarke

    ISBN: 978-0615227474

    Publisher: Hologram Publishing

    Author Dave Clarke spins a fascinating tale of a grieving daughter’s accidental discovery of a previously unknown and fabulously valuable Chagall painting, found among the huge collection of old books left by the young woman’s recently deceased mother.



    Author: Jon Entine

    ISBN: 10: 0-446-58063-5: 13:978-0-446-58063-2

    Publisher: Grand Central Publishing

    A fascinating narrative


    Author: Marek Halter

    Translated by Michael Bernard

    ISBN 13: 978-1-59264-158-1

    ISBN 10: 1-59264-158-X

    Historical fiction has never been so exciting under the expert penmanship of Marek Halter where believable stories unfold at a quick and exhilarating pace. He takes you right into the action of the Wind of the Khazars from the first page on and does not let you down until the last word.




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