A Harrowing Historical Novel Of The Extraordinary Acts Of Ordinary People In Nazi Occupied Italy Italy, Luca Benedetto Has Joined The Partisans In Their Fight Against The German Troops Ravaging The Shores Of His Town On Lake Como While Risking His Life To Free His Country, Luca Is Also Struggling To Protect Sarah, His Jewish Lover Who S Hiding In A Mountain Cabin As The Violent Nazi Occupation Intensifies, Luca And Sarah Fear For Than Their Own LivesIn The Heart Of Their Village, Their Mothers Have Also Found Themselves Vulnerable To The Encroaching Nazis But Luca S Mother, Undeterred, Is Devising Her Own Revenge On The Occupiers With Mussolini Deposed And Allied Armies Fighting Their Way Up The Peninsula, The Fate Of Italy Hangs In The Balance, And The People Of Lake Como Must Decide How Much They Re Prepared To Sacrifice For Family, Friends, And The Country They LoveThe Most Trying Of Times Will Create The Most Unexpected Heroes And Incredible Acts Of Courage In This Stirring Narrative As Seen Through The Eyes Of Those Devastated By War Torn Italy
ROLAND MERULLO is an awarding winning author of 24 books including 17 works of fiction Breakfast with Buddha, a nominee for the International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award, now in its 20th printing The Talk Funny Girl, a 2012 ALEX Award Winner and named a Must Read by the Massachusetts Library Association and the Massachusetts Center for the Book Vatican Waltz named one of the Best Books of 2013 by Publishers Weekly Lunch with Buddha selected as one of the Best Books of 2013 by Kirkus Reviews Revere Beach Boulevard named one of the Top 100 Essential Books of New England by the Boston Globe A Little Love Story chosen as one of Ten Wonderful Romance Novels by Good Housekeeping, Revere Beach Elegy winner of the Massachusetts Book Award for nonfiction, and Once Night Falls, selected as a First Read byEditors A former writer in residence at North Shore Community College and Miami Dade Colleges, and professor of Creative Writing at Bennington, Amherst and Lesley Colleges, Merullo has been a guest speaker at many literary events and venues and a faculty member at MFA programs and several writers conferences His essays have appeared in numerous publications including the New York Times, Outside Magazine, Yankee Magazine, Newsweek, the Boston Globe, the Philadelphia Inquirer, Boston Magazine, Reader s Digest, Good Housekeeping, and the Chronicle of Higher Education Merullo s books have been translated into Spanish, Portuguese, Korean, German, Chinese, Turkish, Bulgarian, Croatian, Slovenian, and Czech.
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- 359 pages
- Once Night Falls
- Roland Merullo
- 19 November 2019 Roland Merullo