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Author David P. Pucci's Newly Released "in the Palm of My Hand" Details the Story of a Refugee Fleeing Both the Great War and the Bolshevik Revolution

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Author David P. Pucci's Newly Released "in the Palm of My Hand" Details the Story of a Refugee Fleeing Both the Great War and the Bolshevik Revolution

"In The Palm of My Hand" from Christian Faith Publishing author David P. Pucci recounts the story of a young woman and her family's struggle to escape war-ravished Poland. When the Great War breaks out, Jenny and her family must sacrifice more than they imagined to reach the Baltic Sea and journey to safety in America.

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MEADVILLE, Pa., Aug. 7, 2018 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- "In The Palm of My Hand": the true story of a young refugee and her struggle to escape war-ravished Poland with her family. "In The Palm of My Hand" is the creation of published author, David P. Pucci. David has held a variety of managerial positions in the gas and chemical industry. David is a 1991 graduate of the Pennsylvania State University of State College, PA. He has a B.S. in economics. An avid student of history, David has participated in reenactments of the American Civil War. He is also a founding member of the WWII Re-enacting group, the 9th Infantry Division WWII Historical Preservation Society. He resides in the beautiful Pocono Mountains of Northeast, Pennsylvania.

"Through the dust from a charging horses and rider, Jenny on the verge of womanhood encounters a young dashing sergeant serving in the collapsing and deserting Russian army. Dominic offers them most of his food and then dashes quickly away to try to immigrate to America. With rumors of revolution and the imprisonment of the czar, he decides to flee to America." --David P. Pucci

Published by Christian Faith Publishing, David P. Pucci's new book is the story of a Polish family that loses it all in the Great War.

Jenny, her mother, and younger brother trudged wearily through the steppes of Poland. They pushed forward to escape the hell of a world at war and the Russian Revolution. It was a struggle where the victories were small and tragedy great. It was a struggle that showed what a mother would sacrifice simply to obtain enough food for her children and the harsh reality of that sacrifice. It is the true story of author David P. Pucci's grandmother and her journey to America in the face of the Great War and the birth of the Bolshevik Revolution.

Jenny was born into a wealthy family in Russia-controlled Poland. Her maternal grandfather was a violinist and played for the czar. Her paternal grandfather was a wealthy builder in Poland. As a child, she lived without want or hunger. Her father was a hero of the 1904 Russo-Japanese War and he chose to go to America as the ambassador for Imperial Russia. In America at the onset of WWI, Jenny's father tried to do everything he could to get his family out of a war-ravished continent, but his family would have to trudge through Poland to get to the Baltic Sea in order to gain their berth on a ship headed to America.

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Consumers can purchase "In The Palm of My Hand " at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at Amazon.com, Apple iTunes store, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or inquiries about "In The Palm of My Hand ", contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.

 

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