Three generations—they would know the splendors of Imperial Russia, the terror of exile, the Japanese occupation of China, the promise of America, and proof that sometimes a woman must love more than once to find true happiness.
Winds Over Manchuria was awarded second place in Biennial Awards of the National League of American Pen Women, which found it to be "a thrilling odyssey...the plot is vivid and intrinsic."
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Alla Crone was born and raised in the White Russian culture of Harbin, Manchuria. She lived there during the Japanese occupation and eventually moved to Shanghai, where she married an American physician. She now resides in California. Her articles appeared in The Michigan Quarterly Review, The Christian Science Monitor and other magazines. She is the author of four historical novels.Review:
"This book is written with the style and tradition of Ayn Rand." -- Affiare de Coeur
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Book Description Backinprint.Com, 2000. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # INGM9780595092178
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