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Eight Great Books for the Springtime Reader

This winner of the 2018 Natan Book Award follows the State of Israel’s first spies like espionage work, yet it is all based on truth. The four spies were Jews from Arab countries and their missions were first developed by British spies and the Jewish militias of pre-state Palestine.

A graphic memoir about keeping the priorities of family and business in perspective.

Biography demonstrates that there was so much more to Hedy Lamarr than her beauty. She was, for example, accomplished in cutting-edge technology.

This historical suspense novel delivers a gut-wrenching portrait of Jewish organized crime and labor unionism in 1930s New York.

Lale Sokolov, a Slovakian Jew, is put to work as a tattooist in Auschwitz. There he witnesses life and death experiences that leave a mark on his life.

A college literature student and son of a Jewish mom and Muslim dad, opens a mysterious package that comes to his California home. The contents end up taking him to Cairo where he puts together the mystery of his family’s background.

Arthur Conan Doyle solves the mystery of a wrongly accused man.

The history and scale of the Mossad and Shin Bet’s use of assassination as a way to protect Israel’s national security.

By Phil Jacobs

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