After the daring boat-lift of Jews from Nazi-occupied Denmark in 1943, two 12-year-old friends will never see one another again. Yet when the CEO of a leading generic pharmaceutical company, dies in mysterious circumstances, Ophelia, who has served in Israeli intelligence, reunites the families with shocking consequences. Aside from the mysteries set against the modernization of Shakespeare's Hamlet, this addresses how our view of God's role in the universe is shaped by our personal experience. Author Norman Bacal leads a discussion about his second novel.
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Presented by Amica on the Avenue Retirement Residence
Sponsor: The BT Book & Film Club is sponsored in memory of Judi Kauffman z"l