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WW II Novel Depicts Partisan Resistance in Eastern Europe
Chelmsford, Massachusetts/ June 29, 2016 - Amber Wolf, a novel by Ursula Wong, is released by Genretarium Publishing.
Rich with scenes of Lithuania, Amber Wolf tells the little-known tale of a people struggling for their freedom against great odds. After substantial research and using new source material, Ursula Wong has distilled the turmoil of 1944 into the saga of a family torn apart by the Soviet occupation.
Synopsis: When brutal Russian soldiers invade 1944 Lithuania, they ravage the countryside and the people. After her mother is murdered, young Ludmelia Kudirka flees to the safety of the forest. Vowing vengeance, she joins the partisans who trade pitchforks for guns to fight the mighty Soviet war machine in a David-and-Goliath struggle.
Amber Wolf will be released for sale by Amazon on 4 July in print and Kindle, with ebooks available now from Barnes and Noble, Kobo, and the iBookstore.
Additional information is available in Ursula Wong’s recent interview in the Lowell Sun.
Known for her portrayal of strong women, Ursula Wong is also the author of the award-winning novel Purple Trees. A retired computer engineer, Ursula’s stories have been published in the anthologies Insanity Tales and Insanity Tales II: The Sense of Fear. Amber Wolf is her second novel.
A media kit and photos are available on request.
Visit Ursula’s website, Reaching Readers, on www.ursulawong.wordpress.com