The Imposter Bride

By Nancy Richler

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In 1946 Montreal, Lily Azirov – a Holocaust survivor weighed down by a haunted past and immeasurable grief – marries Nathan Krakauer. When she mysteriously disappears, the narrative alternates between her story – in the third person – and that of her daughter Ruth’s – as Ruth tries to understand the mysterious woman who left her as an infant.

Great for:
• Readers who enjoy narratives such as Sarah’s Key and Secret Daughter
• Those interested in the repercussions of the Holocaust on second generations
• Anyone looking to discover more about the postwar experience

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