The Mandelbaum gate

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"To rendezvous with her archeologist fiance in Jordan, Barbara Vaughn must first pass through the Mandelbaum Gate - which divides strife-torn Jerusalem. A half-Jewish convert to Catholicism, an Englishwoman of strong and stubborn convictions, Barbara will not be dissuaded from her ill-timed pilgrimage - despite a very real threat of bodily harm and the fearful admonishments of staid British diplomat, Freddy Hamilton. So they set out together to brave the Holy City, and are swept into a heart-stopping adventure of abduction and espionage - lost in a complex labyrinthine world where the sacred and the profane explosively collide."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved
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display_description For Barbara Vaughn, a checkpoint between Jordan and the newly formed Israel is the threshold to painful self-discovery Barbara Vaughn is a scholarly woman whose fascination with religion stems partly from a conversion to Catholicism, and partly from her own half-Jewish background. When her boyfriend joins an archaeological excursion to search for additional Dead Sea Scrolls, Vaughn takes the opportunity to explore the Holy Land. But this is 1960, and with the nation of Israel still in its infancy, the British Empire in retreat from the region, and the Eichmann trials in full swing, Vaughn uncovers much deeper mysteries than those found at tourist sites. Both an espionage thriller and a journey of faith, The Mandelbaum Gate won the James Tait Black Memorial Prize upon its publication, and is one of Spark's most compelling novels. This ebook features an illustrated biography of Muriel Spark including rare photos and never-before-seen documents from the author's archive at the National Library of Scotland.
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subject_facet Arab-Israeli conflict -- 1948-1967 -- Fiction, Electronic books, Israel -- Fiction, Jewish-Arab relations -- Fiction, Jordan -- Fiction, Man-woman relationships -- Fiction, Middle East -- Fiction
title_display The Mandelbaum gate
title_full The Mandelbaum Gate [electronic resource] / Muriel Spark, The Mandelbaum gate / Muriel Spark, The mandelbaum gate [electronic resource] / Muriel Spark
title_short The Mandelbaum gate
topic_facet Arab-Israeli conflict, Electronic books, Jewish-Arab relations, Man-woman relationships