Iran's Book News Agency (IBNA) 10 Jan 2022 - 17:25 -------------------------------------------------- Title : A story of war's suffering and love 'The Warsaw Orphan' released -------------------------------------------------- IBNA- 'The Warsaw Orphan: A WWII Novel' (2021), a novel by Kelly Rimmer a ‎heartbreaking and hopeful story of family, duty, suffering, love, salvation, and resistance ‎has been rendered into Persian and released.‎ Text : Inspired by the real-life heroine who saved thousands of Jewish children during WWII, an instant New York Times bestseller has been translated into Persian by Farnoosh Jazini. Ketab Saray-e Tandis has recently released The Warsaw Orphan in 440 pages.   In the spring of 1942, young Elzbieta Rabinek is aware of the swiftly growing discord just beyond the courtyard of her comfortable Warsaw home. She has no fondness for the Germans who patrol her streets and impose their curfews, but has never given much thought to what goes on behind the walls that contain her Jewish neighbors.   She knows all too well about German brutality- and that it s the reason she must conceal her true identity. But in befriending Sara, a nurse who shares her apartment floor, Elzbieta makes a discovery that propels her into a dangerous world of deception and heroism.   Using Sara s credentials to smuggle children out of the ghetto brings Elzbieta face-to-face with the reality of the war behind its walls, and to the plight of the Gorka family, who must make the impossible decision to give up their newborn daughter or watch her starve.   For Roman Gorka, this final injustice stirs him to rebellion with a zeal not even his newfound love for Elzbieta can suppress. But his recklessness brings unwanted attention to Sara s cause, unwittingly putting Elzbieta and her family in harm s way until one violent act threatens to destroy their chance at freedom forever.   Kelly Rimmer is the New York Times, Wall Street Journal and USA Today bestselling author of ten novels, including ‘The Secret Daughter’ and ‘The Things We Cannot Say’. Her books have sold more than one million copies, and have been translated into more than 20 languages worldwide. Kelly lives in rural Australia with her family.