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Fernando, a young literary editor and the son of a persecuted Spanish Republican, decides to flee a Spain battered by Civil War with his friends, Catalina and Eulogio.
The Spanish Civil War has just ended and the young trio try to recover from the impact it had on their lives and those of their families. Caught up in a complex tangle of emotions, blame, and the desire for revenge, they embark on an uncertain journey to escape and build a brighter future than what post-war Spain has to offer.
Julia Navarro is a journalist, political analyst, and the internationally bestselling author of six novels, including The Brotherhood of the Holy Shroudand The Bible of Clay. Her fiction has been translated into more than thirty languages. She lives in Madrid.
Praise for Julia Navarro and Her Internationally Bestselling Novels:
THE BIBLE OF CLAY
“Plenty of action and revenge.” - Library Journal
THE BROTHERHOOD OF THE HOLY SHROUD
“Plenty of action and a cast of well-drawn characters will satisfy Da Vinci Code fans…. Fans of the genre will find much to like here.” -- Booklist
“An exuberant, deeply involved thriller, woven around the history of the Shroud of Turin…. Terrifically lively characterizations and the author’s passion for her subject make this one stand out.” -- Kirkus Reviews
“Navarro deserves credit for her extensive research on the Knights Templar.” -- Entertainment Weekly
You Shall Not Kill
Publisher: Grupo Books. An Imprint of Penguin Random House Grupo Editorial. Available at Ingram Publisher Services.
Subjects: American Sign Language, Alcoholism and Addiction, Health and Wellness, Publishing
Extending the Hand of A.A.
Alcoholics who are Deaf can access A.A.’s program of recovery in an updated American Sign Language translation of Alcoholics Anonymous
(New York, NY) With over 35 million printed copies sold, the book Alcoholics Anonymous is now available in an updated abridged translation into American Sign Language. Commonly referred to as “The Big Book” this basic text of the worldwide Fellowship that bears its name is now available on DVD to the Deaf community, the Hard-of-Hearing community and the hearing community as well.
Professional ASL signers and DVD video production
Updated translation inspired and reviewed by A.A. members who are Deaf
Audio track and subtitles for use among ASL and non-ASL users
The basic principles and practices of the Fellowship that have provided a pathway to recovery for alcoholics for over 80 years
Can be ordered at www.aa.org or may be available through a local A.A. office near you
A.A. has always been committed to making its program of recovery available to anyone, anywhere who reaches out for help with a drinking problem. This translation has been updated with current language and signing most familiar in today’s Deaf community.
Founded in 1935 on the principle of one alcoholic helping another to achieve sobriety, A.A. is an effective and enduring program of recovery that has changed countless lives. As explained in the book, A.A.’s recovery program of twelve suggested Steps was formulated through the experience of its first 100 members and has reached millions of sufferers around the world.
For more information about A.A. resources for alcoholics who are Deaf or Hard-of-Hearing, please contact the Accessibilities and Remote Communities Coordinator at the General Service Office at Access@aa.org or by phone at 212-870-3344.