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The Marrano Prince

The eighth volume in the  Pulichever saga takes place in Spain in the 1690s, two centuries after the start of the Spanish Inquisition and the Expulsion of the Jews in 1492. Deprived of the talents of its Jews, Spain has gone into steep decline, and France and England have emerged as the dominant powers in […]

The Purple Ring

The sixth volume in the continuing Ruach Ami Series, picks up the thread of the fascinating saga of the Pulichever family in its original setting. The fifth volume in the series, "The Impostor", which was set in Turkey, Egypt and Eretz Yisrael, offered a close-up view of the rise of the infamous false Mashiach Shabbesai […]

Envoy From Vienna

The seventh volume in the Pulichever saga is set in Hapsburg Vienna in the year 1668. As the story unfolds, the Jewish community of Vienna prepares to celebrate the wedding of Mendele Pulichever when a sudden crisis threatens the community's very existence. A formidable array of adversaries include: Empress Margareta Theresa, her mother Queen Maria […]

The Imposter

Over the centuries since the destruction of the second Bais Hamikdash, various adventurers and false prophets have laid claim to the royal mantle of Mashiach and promised to bring an end to the long and bitter galus of the Jewish people. These messianic movements have almost invariably brought tragic results, but none more so than […]

The Dream

The Dream is the set in the southern provinces of Poland during the first half of the seventeenth century, shortly before the devastating pogroms of Bogdan chmielnicki and his Cossack hordes. During this period the Jewish population of Poland enjoyed unprecedented prosperity and privileged status, but the cold winds of change were already in the […]