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Mundanity By Jonathan Carreau        
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Michelle Cameron

Dear Reader,

Did you know that Napoleon had a Jewish nickname? He earned it during his 1796-7 campaign through Italy, when he liberated the Jews from their centuries-old incarceration in the ghettos. Based on this little-known slice of Italian Jewish history, BEYOND THE GHETTO GATES tells the story of two women: Jewish Mirelle, torn between love for a dashing French soldier and duty to her faith and family; and Francesca, tied by her Catholic belief to an abusive, murderous husband. 

Please write to mcameron19@gmail.com for a chance to win one of five copies.

P.S. Napoleon's Jewish nickname? It plays on his last name: Helek Tov, a Good Part (Bonaparte).

Michelle Cameron
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