Sophia's Attic

In Paris during World War 2, a Priest and a Rabbi devise a plan to hide Jewish children from the concentration camps and death chambers of the Nazis. The story follows Sophia, a teenage girl, who goes to live with a childless Catholic couple. Sophia tries to elude the Nazis as she adapts to life with her Catholic hosts. The novel blends engaging elements of humor, intrigue, emotions and faith. More

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About Ray Eichenberger

Ray is a life-long Christian, having been raised in the Lutheran Church and then attending a Grace Brethren Church. Ray is a long time member of New Life Community Church in Gahanna, Ohio.

A graduate of Miami University, Oxford, Ohio with
a B. S. in Education and a B. A. in History, Ray also holds a Juris Doctor degree from Capital University Law School, Columbus, Ohio.

Ray is a self-employed attorney, with a general civil practice, including trial work and probate and estate planning.

An avid golfer, Ray has officiated high school football, basketball, baseball and fast pitch softball for over twenty (20) years. Ray also enjoys coaching youth sports and travel.

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