Out of the Red Shadow (#03 in Hidden Harvest Series)
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When the Nazis retreated from postwar Poland, the Soviets only spread the existing terror as Stalinism entrenched itself. The Piekarz family has survived the crushing weight of persecution, and Piotr Piekarz is now a leader among the Solidarity movement in Gdansk, helping to lead the fight against the government during martial law. Wanted by the secret police, he is finally arrested and thrown into prison. ^^Piotr's nephew Tomasz, drawn by the promise of Western materialism, runs away to Berlin and ends up living in desperate conditions on the streets. His return to Poland and involvement in a riot against the communists leads to a dramatic confrontation with his grandfather, the American spy, Jacek. Finally, Jacek must come to terms with the legion of ghosts that haunt his past and torment his life. ^^Can a man who has betrayed himself with good intentions find redemption through coming to understand what is truly important? Will a family's heritage of enduring faith and love be enough to heal the scars inflicted unintentionally on their children, as well as the scars left by a repressive government? ^^"Anne de Graaf has an extraordinary gift. She SEES. Where others see only historical data, Anne sees a tapestry. She sees glimmers of hope in broken hearts. She sees eternal truth within a story begging to be told. And what the heart sees, it never forgets."
Book 3 in The Hidden Harvest. In this concluding novel, three generations of family struggle between the promise of their faith and the sweeping events leading up to Solidarity and the defeat of communism.
Anne de Graaf has written more than 80 books, which have sold above 5 million copies worldwide and translated into over 50 languages. Anne's books include her children's series, Little Children's Bible Books, The Hidden Harvest series and her newest project, The Children's Voices. For the past 20 years, Anne and her family have lived in Ireland and The Netherlands.