Lone Wolf In Jerusalem

  • From the Publisher
March 29, 2018

After los­ing his fam­i­ly to the ruth­less­ness of Hitler’s final solu­tion,” young David Gabin­sky leads a coura­geous group of Jew­ish resis­tance fight­ers in Belarus, against the Nazis in WWII. When the war is final­ly over, he makes his way to Jerusalem, in the Land of Israel, where a new bat­tle is brew­ing. The British Empire is pre­vent­ing Holo­caust sur­vivors from immi­grat­ing to their Jew­ish homeland.

Deter­mined to help his peo­ple find free­dom, David uses his gueril­la skills to sin­gle-hand­ed­ly wreak hav­oc on the British occu­pa­tion forces. As he begins his dan­ger­ous, near-impos­si­ble quest, David meets and falls in love with the beau­ti­ful Shoshana, a Holo­caust sur­vivor whose spir­it may have been dam­aged beyond repair.

A sus­pense­ful, vibrant page-turn­ing nov­el, Lone Wolf in Jerusalem is also a wor­thy con­tri­bu­tion to Jew­ish his­tor­i­cal fic­tion. A col­or­ful and cap­ti­vat­ing his­tor­i­cal nov­el filled with humor, dra­ma, and romance, recount­ing the trag­ic loss­es and hero­ic tri­umphs of the Jew­ish peo­ple dur­ing this crit­i­cal stage in their his­to­ry. Orig­i­nal­ly writ­ten in Hebrew, the book quick­ly became a best sell­er in Israel.

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