“Home, we know, is not a place; it is where we belong to each other.”
A historical novel about the power of love wielded by a descendant line of courageous women to protect the famous Yusupov Rembrandts from the threats of European and Russian revolutions, obsessive men, and American law -- until the portraits find security in an American museum.
A quest through the ages for identity and fulfillment—the eternal search for home.
Finalist, the Montaigne Medal, the Eric Hoffer Book Award
Review: The Historical Novel Society