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Finding Rebecca is the thriller, relationship, history, redemption and fiction novel which plots the story of Christopher and Rebecca during the World War II. Eoin Dempsey is the author of this marvelous novel. Christopher and Rebecca are in love with each other but the abusive parents of Rebecca do not like to see them together. Rebecca has the fiancé and she did not like him anymore. They both wanted to run from their place to somewhere in the world so no one can interfere in their lives. Christopher is very emotional for his love and he will do each and everything to get her.
They are living on the island of Jersey, tragedy occurs when the invaders of Hitler’s attack into the city and he has some horrific plan for the Jewish populations. They took the Rebecca and her families with them to Europe, the invaders deported the Christopher and his family to Germany as they belong to Germany. Christopher is voluntarily appointed on the job for the armed forces of the Hitler. He is posted to the state of Auschwitz and he is managing the challenges of the victims who suffer in the gas chambers. The main goal of Christopher is to search for the woman he loves but there are no traces of Rebecca. He gets a lot of money and this is not fair money as he stoles it from the victims. Will Christopher able to find his love or not?
Details About Finding Rebecca by Eoin Dempsey PDF
- Name: Finding Rebecca
- Authors: Eoin Dempsey
- Publish Date: October 28, 2014
- Language: English
- Genre: Fiction, Thriller, Adventure, Romance, History
- Format: PDF
- Size: 1 MB
- Pages: 310
- Price: Free
- ISBN: 1477826106
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