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THE MOUNTAINEER'S DANCE by Sondra Wolferman

THE MOUNTAINEER'S DANCE

by Sondra Wolferman

336 pages
Woman in former Soviet Union becomes mail-order bride.

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About the Book
In the summer of 1991, during the turbulent aftermath of the collapse of the Soviet Union, a young nurse in the newly independent Republic of Georgia loses her job after ending an affair with a married physician. Unable to find work to support her loved ones amid the political turmoil and struggling economy of her homeland, Claudia signs up with an international matchmaking service that promises to find 'traditional' foreign wives for lonely bachelors overseas.

On the other side of the world a New York cabbie chances upon her photo in the dating service brochure and sets in motion the sequence of events that will culminate in their marriage. Only after settling down in a manicured subdivision in 'Middle America' does the couple finally confront the consequences of their decision.

 

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About the Author
Sondra Wolferman is a native of Maryland and a graduate of Georgetown University. The Mountaineer's Dance is her second novel. Her previous novel YEVA is the story of earthquake survivors struggling to rebuild their lives after a natural disaster. Sondra currently makes her home in northeast Pennsylvania.

 

 

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