TEMPLE, Texas (PRWEB) May 01, 2015
The author Marjorie Hope recounts her mother–in-law Felicia’s incredible story in “Stalin’s Feisty Guest” (published by Xlibris). In this real life story the author shows readers how Felicia was able to face the hardships of the Second World War.
“Stalin’s Feisty Guest” follows Felicia as she faces the cold and harsh realities of war. Before the Second World War Felicia lived in Poland with her family. Her family life was a happy and stable one. That is until the war broke out and her world is turned upside-down. She is soon forced to leave her home for a Soviet labor camp in Kazakhstan with her young son Teddy, and her beloved husband Simon is sent to the front lines.
This engrossing story shows Felicia’s many struggles during the war and shows how she was able to survive and flourish despite the many hardships she had to overcome.
“Stalin’s Feisty Guest”
By Marjorie Hope
Hardcover | 6x9 in | 66 pages | ISBN 9781503551572
Softcover | 6x9 in | 66 pages | ISBN 9781503551589
E-Book | 66 pages | ISBN 9781503551596
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Marjorie Hope grew up in Western New York and graduated from the University of Buffalo in 1965. She worked in the field of public health. Married to Ted, who became a physician, she acquired a mother-in-law, Felicia, who was a teller of real-life stories. The book, Stalin’s Feisty Guest, is about Felicia’s life. Marjorie lives in Central Texas with her husband. They have two grown children. Marjorie is a “people person” who hardly ever meets one she does not like. She likes to read and travel. She appreciates art and enjoys touring galleries and museums.
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