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On Sale Now Born in 1947 to a family decimated by the Holocaust, Ildiko Scott's gripping memoir of life in post-war Hungary is a timeless story of hope and faith. After the divorce of her parents, young Ildiko spent most of her youth in a Jewish orphanage in Budapest, where she witnessed the Hungarian revolution of 1956 and the brutal Soviet occupation that followed. After attempting to escape the country with her father, Ildiko was eventually able to immigrate to America, where she found a new life, an enduring love, and a long and successful career in the fashion industry. LOVE’S ORPHAN puts the reader at the center of a turbulent era in European history, and shows how a young girl's faith enabled her to overcome fear and poverty and realize her dream of a new life in America. Available on Amazon.com or BarnesandNoble.com


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