Munich Signature (Zion Covenant)

by Bodie Thoene

Other authorsBrock Thoene (Author)
Paperback, 2005



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Tyndale House Publishers (2005), 448 pages


Opening in 1936, the Zion Covenant series tells the courageous and compelling stories of those who risk everything to stand against the growing tide of Nazi terrorism that is sweeping through central Europe under the dangerous and deceitful guise of Hitler's Third Reich. A new study guide is included in each book.

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LibraryThing member marient
Leah and little Louis escape Austria overr treacherous footpaths, and Murphy and Elisa begin their trip to New York with the promise of healing Charles' disfiguement.
But then Elisa is once more caught in the web of international intrigue, While Jewish refugees drift homelessly on the open seas, she
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stands precariously beyween Hitler's domination of Europe and the possibility of destroying his power once and for all.
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LibraryThing member debs4jc
Several interrelated stories continue in this third installment of this series set just before
World War II breaks out. Elisa Murphy, recently married, is forced back into service as a spy for the British intelligence. Her beloved husband, distraught over their forced separation, still manages to
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get caught up in writing a newspaper story about the plight of a ship full of Jewish people who have escaped from Germany. Part of the story takes place on that ship, the Darien, and tells the story of one of the families on board. This book captured the historical details so well I wondered if it was based on a true story. The theme of holding onto one's faith while in the midst of extreme suffering was well played out. Not everything ended in a happy ending, which was sad but realistic, especially considering the time period. I'd suggest it to anyone who enjoys detailed historical fiction and who enjoys novels where several interweaving stories are told at once.
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LibraryThing member sparkleandchico
I love this series. It really captures the reign of terror in Nazi Germany and the effect on individuals from all walks of life. The books are well researched and historically accurate. You will find them hard to put down so make sure you have enough money to buy the whole series before you start!
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Christian Book Award (Winner — Fiction — 1991)


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448 p.; 8.1 inches





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