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Heirs of the Motherland
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 155661358X, Paperback)Their Exile Is Ended - When Will Their Freedom Begin?
Eighteen years after the birth of his daughter, Count Dmitri Remizov returns to Russia from exile to claim the child he left behind. But Mariana, the image of her mother, Katrina, has been raised as a peasant. She is uncertain about her ability to take her rightful place as a countess of Imperial Russia.
Sergei and Anna, still hiding in Katyk, also face difficult decisions whether to risk returning to St. Petersburg or to keep their family safe from the prying eyes of the Russian government.
As the nineteenth century draws to a close and revolutionary fervor runs high, the Burenins and the Fedorcenkos find themselves caught in a maelstrom of change that threatens the way of life the two families have always known.
With only faith in God to sustain them, they must risk everything to reunite their families and claim their heritage as - Heirs of the Motherland
(retrieved from Amazon Mon, 30 Sep 2013 13:52:18 -0400)
Count Dmitri Remizov returns from exile to find his daughter has been raised as a peasant. Meanwhile, Sergei and Anna contemplate coming out of hiding and returning to St. Petersburg. Only their faith sustains them through the trying times ahead.
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