Gypsy Spirit

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Few people realize that being Gypsy in 1943 Poland was as dangerous and frightening as being a Jew. It is guessed that between five hundred thousand to one million Gypsies perished during the Holocaust, the Porraimos (the devouring) as the Gypsies called it.

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About Rita Karnopp

Multi-published author Rita Karnopp knew at a very young age she wanted to be a writer – and penned her first story at age sixteen. She is drawn to the history of the Native American and strives to bring alive the authenticity of a time past. Whether writing suspense, Indian historicals, or contemporary romance, Rita enjoys bringing excitement and the enduring power of love to her stories.

Rita currently resides in Montana with her husband and their loveable Cockapoo named Gema.

When she isn’t reading, writing or doing research, Rita enjoys making dream catchers, gold panning, crystal or sapphire digging, rafting, fishing, canoeing, and spending time with her children and grandchildren.

Also find Rita at:

Website: http://ritakarnopp.com
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Blog: http://mizging.blogspot.com/
Contact her at ritakarnopp@bresnan.net

About the Series: Tango of Death
The Tango of Death Series draws readers into the lives of three Gypsy sisters in 1943, Poland. Zilka Sucuri and her twin sisters, Vanya and Mayla choose different and difficult paths when their kumpania is threatened by Nazis.

Book 1, Gypsy Spirit, follows fifteen-year-old Zilka across Poland, Austria, and Germany and her shocking revelation of the truths of Belzec.

Book 2, Partisan Heart, leads the reader to Vanya’s beloved forests of Poland and the Ukraine and her challenges to survive the life of a partisan.

Book 3, Jewish Soul, reveals Mayla's disgust at the atrocities happening in Auschwitz, and stuns the reader at what lengths she’s prepared to go in order to bear witness.

The Sucuri sisters promised each other they’d be together at the end of the war. Will their reunion take place at their grandmother’s Switzerland villa . . . or in a gas chamber?

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Reviews

Review by: Pamela Cummins on Aug. 24, 2018 :
An exciting story that’s sadly based on fact and hooked me in to continue to read the next two books.
(reviewed 51 days after purchase)

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