In 1915, new college graduate Elizabeth Endicott arrives in Aleppo, Syria, to help deliver food and medical aid to refugees of the Armenian genocide. There she meets and falls in love with Armen, a young Armenian engineer. Years later, their granddaughter, Laura, embarks on a journey back through her family’s history, uncovering a story of love and loss as well as a wrenching secret. Critically acclaimed bestselling author Bohjalian, the grandson of Armenian survivors, writes his most personal novel yet. ~Karen Neal
Call number: Fiction BOHJALIAN, C.