Lily Taub is the brilliant, beautiful and headstrong American daughter of Holocaust survivors. Seeking relief from their traumatized world, Lily escapes to Oxford University, where she meets Julian Aiken -- black sheep of an aristocratic English family. When Lily is invited to the family's ancestral home over Christmas vacation, her deepening romance with young Julian is crossed by a shocking accident that affects them all. Julian must face the harsh disapproval of his anti-Semitic family, who consider Lily a destructive force, not only in Julian's life, but to their own sense of order. In the King's Arms is a lyrical, literary novel about the healing possibility of love.
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October 10, 2011
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