Rebecca of Salerno: A Novel of Rogue Crusaders, a Jewish Female Physician, and a Murder
Esther Erman (Author)
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DescriptionAfter fleeing England and her ill-fated love for the Christian knight Ivanhoe, the Jewess Rebecca builds a new life as a physician in thirteenth-century Salerno. When a rabbi is falsely accused of murdering a crusader, she throws herself into pursuing justice and protecting the Jewish community.
She Writes Press
August 02, 2022
5.4 X 8.4 X 0.9 inches | 0.75 pounds
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About the Author
Like her heroine, Rebecca, Esther Erman was a refugee. A naturalized citizen, she early on developed a passion for language, which led to her earning a doctorate in language education, writing her dissertation about the Yiddish language, and working with international students on many levels. A multi-published author, Esther now lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with her husband. When they're not traveling--especially to be with family in other parts of the US and in England--she loves to bake, quilt, and add to her monumental book collection.