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Linda Kass

Tasa’s Song is a story of love and survival. World War II Poland provides the backdrop for this delicately rendered tale of a young woman, her music, and the beauty that persists even in times of great cruelty. Linda Kass writes with a sure and loving hand in this memorable debut novel, one that portrays the strength of the human spirit and how it can rise above the base and ignoble designs of our lesser kind.”  Lee Martin, author of Turning Bones and The Bright Forever, a finalist for the 2006 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction