The Jewish Gypsy

Dreadful circumstances of World War II change the fate of a Gypsy teenager forcing her to form complex relationships. From carefree and simple life through extreme conflicts, Nadia Kovach climbs up the ladder of an intelligence agency while struggling to fit in. She hides her identity while continuing to search for her lost love. It is a story of passionate love, revenge and uncompromised loyalty. More

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Words: 113,980
Language: English
ISBN: 9781370218530
About Ruti Yudovich

Ms. Yudovich is a prolific writer. She has published eight non-fiction books sharing her successful and unique methods in her series: Speak Hebrew For Real; Learn How to Read Hebrew For Real; Hebrew Binyanim Made Easy and Hebrew When to Say What?

Ruti Yudovich has been in the education field for over 35 years in Israel and the USA.
She graduated from the University of Ben-Gurion in Beer Sheva and had a very rich career teaching and tutoring people of all ages.

She had published a fascinating memoir: I Hate to Say Goodbye that was later translated into Hebrew. Her second novel, The Jewish Gypsy, is a historical fiction which is a gripping story of a gypsy teenager whose life had turned around when caught in a concentration camp during WWII. This story takes place in Czechoslovakia, France, Israel and Germany.

Ms. Yudovich continues to write more Hebrew books in the Series Speak Hebrew For Real and is currently working on her new Science Fiction book: The Black Hills.

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