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Miracle at St Anna

James Mcbride, James Mcbride

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Fiction, Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)

High in the Tuscan mountains, four soldiers of the US Army's 92nd Division of African-American 'Buffalo' soldiers rescue a traumatised Italian boy from the Germans and stumble into a war-torn villages looking for help. Instead they find themselves stranded between worlds, with the German Army hidden on one side and their racist and largely mismanaged American commanding officers on the other.

Floating between myth and reality in a place where belief in magic co-exists with the most horrific acts of war, they are all about to be touched by a miracle.

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James Mcbride

James McBride is an author and musician based in New York. He is a former staff writer for the Washington Post and Boston Globe and the author of THE COLOR OF WATER, which reached the top of the New York Times bestseller list.

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